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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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The political determination of statelessness, its distinction from refugee status, and the complexities surrounding this type of limbo are described in the next two articles of this issue.
We are convinced that together we can build the new features our members want, more quickly, on more platforms and in more markets," said Jonathon Linner, CEO of Brightkite and former CEO of Limbo.
Limbo dancing | But it did make me recall memorable job interviews I have had from the time as a youth when I applied for a position at a jewellery shop and the first question was: "Do you have a dark suit?
There was plenty in that performance to suggest you might want to head along to Limbo on Saturday(March 8) to see her in one of Edinburgh's coolest venues.
ABOUT LIMBO JEWELRY DESIGN Limbo Jewelry Design is the product of husband and wife team: Edson Enriquez (Creative Director) and Anne Rutt-Enriquez (Executive Director).
In the way Abe''s Odyssey completely jilted gamers into a new look at the platform genre, Limbo has done the same - but with about 10 hours less gameplay and 50% of the graphics.
Jackson's screenplay is caught in its own limbo, and a miasma of special effects in the otherworldly sections is distracting.
Perhaps the most interesting reason given by the commission is simply that Catholics have ceased to believe in limbo.
2 -- color -- ran in SAC edition only) Nimble kids limbo at a Sulphur Springs School assembly led by a dance teacher Thursday.
Not so John Sayles's latest human drama, Limbo, which stops abruptly after two hours.
The news that Jackie - a pounds 12,000-a-year accounts clerk before she scooped pounds 10million on the lottery - is to marry the limbo dancer she met on holiday in St Lucia, has got disaster written all over it.