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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Having taken his new live show, which is called Limboland, to Australia and New Zealand, he then put a tentative toe in the northern hemisphere with performances in Hong Kong and Singapore.
The rented van was full of merchandise for his Limboland tour as well as the suitcases of members of the crew.
Welcome to style limboland where even practiced fashionistas slip up on wardrobe choices.
AN extra date, due to demand, for Bill Bailey's brand new live show, Limboland, comes to the Liverpool Philharmonic this Friday, May 27.
As well as three Limboland shows at the Olympia in Dublin from October 1 to 3 he is also hitting Cork Opera House on October 6.
uk Bill Bailey: Have a laugh with the come-| |dian as he brings his brand new Limboland tour to St David's Hall in Cardiff on October 28 and 29.
They are finding it difficult to progress because they are in limboland.
Bill Bailey: Limboland | Philharmonic Hall - May 27 Bill Bailey didn't have the best time of it when he came to play Liverpool last autumn and his tour bus was stolen from outside the Phil.
COMEDIAN Bill Bailey is to bring his new live show Limboland to Ireland for one night only.
He quickly worked out that the puzzling card that had been in postal limboland for more than 25 years and was intended for the previous householder's young granddaughter, Nia, who would now be an adult.