Parsons, on the other hand, would never be vaporized.
So tricky a piece of work would never be entrusted to a single person: on the other hand, to turn it over to a committee would be to admit openly that an act of fabrication was taking place.
The children, on the other hand, were systematically turned against their parents and taught to spy on them and report their deviations.
The old man seemed seldom or never to go out of doors, and on the other hand to have almost no customers.
At the Ministry he was employed in some subordinate post for which intelligence was not required, but on the other hand he was a leading figure on the Sports Committee and all the other committees engaged in organizing community hikes, spontaneous demonstrations, savings campaigns, and voluntary activities generally.
Eurasia, for example, could easily conquer the British Isles, which are geographically part of Europe, or on the other hand it would be possible for Oceania to push its frontiers to the Rhine or even to the Vistula.
In a Party member, on the other hand, not even the smallest deviation of opinion on the most unimportant subject can be tolerated.
On the other hand his actions are not regulated by law or by any clearly formulated code of behaviour.
Some words, on the other hand, displayed a frank and contemptuous understanding of the real nature of Oceanic society.
The word Comintern, on the other hand, suggests merely a tightly-knit organization and a well-defined body of doctrine.
On the other hand some of them seemed to be on good terms with the guards, called them by nicknames, and tried to wheedle cigarettes through the spyhole in the door.
There are no more uses of "on the other hand" in the book.
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Change can be hard to deal with. On the other hand, it often brings opportunity.
I think she’s pushy. On the other hand, my boyfriend describes her as assertive.