evenly balanced

See: impartial
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She knew how to hit to a hair's-breadth that moment of evening when the light and the darkness are so evenly balanced that the constraint of day and the suspense of night neutralize each other, leaving absolute mental liberty.
As regarded the appropriation of the soil, the facility of communication, the rapidity of transport, the claims of both States were evenly balanced.
The chances for and against her winning the fight for her lost fortune are now so evenly balanced that I cannot for the life of me see on which side the scale inclines.
But they ought to be evenly balanced," said the boy, "and I had no time to be careful.
And Rachel," she looked at her, meaning, no doubt, to decide the argument, which was otherwise too evenly balanced, by declaring that Rachel was not comparable to her own children.
So they, with bitter wrath, were fighting continually with one another at that time for ten full years, and the hard strife had no close or end for either side, and the issue of the war hung evenly balanced.
At week 48, the incidence and types of events, including infections, were evenly balanced between all groups.
The game was just as evenly balanced after the restart and could have gone either way but East Riding came out on top with a second strike midway through the second half to claim all three points.
He said: "It's going to be some day for both sides as it couldn't be more evenly balanced but that's what the play-offs are all about.
EXCELLENT spells of bowling from Stuart Clark and Shane Warne have left the third Test between South Africa and Australia evenly balanced at the end of day three in Johannesburg.
With the game evenly balanced, Andy Moore then popped-up in the Old Boys penalty box to shoot Parkview in front on the 70th minute.
If the two backlines get a say in this match, it could be evenly balanced over the 80 minutes, and the visitors look the call receiving a sevenpoint start.