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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Whilst Chanyce is completing her limbo challenge, her friend can also be heard in the background shouting "don't break it."
This process, much as I found with Limbo, disrupts the flow of the tale unfolding before you.
Although The Limbo Tree is an enigmatic journey of foreboding self-discovery, new love, and fortitude, the young protagonist's interpretation of her nightmares are skillfully misleading to the reader.
Puentevella said he welcomed other politicians who were in limbo in the MKK group but he can not assured them if they will be given priority.
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center's mission is to increase public awareness of coastal and marine ecosystems through research, education, preservation, and conservation.
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LIMBO ST ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH The centrepiece of this year's new Edinburgh's Christmas shows held in a Spiegeltent on St Andrew Square, what Limbo lacks in any sort of Christmas theme it makes up for in sheer, dazzling spectacle.
Or play limbo using a flashlight instead of a rope, and see who can bend the lowest while shimmying under the beam.