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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 mission of Tantric Paradise is to provide an unbeatable service and to meet customers requirements to the best of paradise' ability.
In her introduction, Ramsey-Kurtz surveys various understandings of paradise, including the wild, as a place of innocence, and shows how the domination and exploitation of formerly unknown places actually brought about the disintegration of the earthly paradise only to reinstate it in the realm of myth.
Queensland offshore sailing legend, Bob Robertson, already has his name on the trophy as the winner of the inaugural Sail Paradise regatta in 2010 with his yacht, Cracklin' Rosie.
None of the essays examines archeological evidence or visual representations of paradise. Thus, the evidence is derived from a very particular demographic of (mostly) literary elites in antiquity, whose views and opinions are understood to represent Jews and Christians very broadly.
The hotel general manager, David Kelly, said, 'Both Zane and Natalie are well respected local athletes who are at the top of their game - so it makes sense that they team up with Hilton Surfers Paradise as the newest top holiday destination on the Gold Coast.
Professional Paradise is created when you experience a series of workplace "WOWs" day-in and day-out.
On Paradise Hunter, the 32-year-old from Colorado will search the globe looking for paradise.
It is working with the management of the Lost Paradise on the advertising and media buying for the water park.
Sal Paradise is Teesside's very own acoustic supergroup - the result of the coming together of two of the area's finest, like minded musicians Darren Reay and Andy Jones.
Yet instead of regarding such endeavors as quaint but ultimately misguided, Scafi eschews historical condescension to examine instead the shifting intellectual and cultural presuppositions that served to define the cartographic space into which paradise was situated over the centuries.
Southern Specialties has launched its Paradise tropicals branded line, and will use the Paradise name as part of the product identification for its mangoes, papayas, avocados and limes, with more products to be added in the future.
In a commentary on Genesis, Martin Luther claims that trying to locate Paradise was a fool's errand: "Why waste words?