Limbo

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Limbo

Informal; a proposed business deal or anything else in which the outcome is uncertain. For example, if two companies are discussing a merger and are in general agreement, but there are disagreements over the terms, the merger may be said to be in limbo.
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Dreams are invaded and they must fight to save not only there physical bodies which have been frozen in a trancelike state, but also their souls which wander alone trapped In Limbo.
In limbo in Egypt, Palestinians lack formal UNHCR protection and are not assisted adequately by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency.
Catholics believed unbaptised children and good people who lived before Christ end up in limbo because they have the "stain of original sin".
However, instead of simply repeating the traditional view that such people are consigned to hell or the more recent medieval belief that God provides them with an eternal state of natural happiness in limbo, the Catechism of the Catholic Church indicated that unbaptized infants and young children are entrusted to "the great mercy of God who desires that all men [sic] should be saved.
In Limbo is performed by Classworks Theatre, on April 20, at 7.
Requests for Proposals to build permanent 500 units of housing for the homeless in New York City have been answered by more than 200 developers, however, the more than $100 million designated is in limbo because of a squabble between the Mayor's Office and the City Council.
Answer: While his soul was in limbo, Christ's body was in the holy sepulchre.
DARREN Magee has revealed his immediate future with the Dublin team is in limbo.