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in limbo

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the state of being disregarded or forgotten

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an imaginary place for lost or neglected things

(theology) in Roman Catholicism, the place of unbaptized but innocent or righteous souls (such as infants and virtuous individuals)

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Anon Motion Pictures was created by Nine Ladies Films the production company that produced In Limbo as a distribution company for all of it's films, but also to promote new Indie Film from developing filmmakers from around the world.
In fact, "I never been in limbo because I know where I am going," further said.
Coun Robbie Marshall, cabinet member for regeneration and infrastructure, said: "While it is positive that Government is not rushing into this massive investment it has left some people feeling in limbo - they have plenty they would like to say, but no proper mechanism for this.
Catholic theologians long taught that babies who died without the benefit of baptism would reside in limbo permanently on account of original sin.
Hannah hoped to join a a club back in Scotland as a free agent but because he was signed to Bury when the transfer window closed he looks to be in limbo until the end of the season.
Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) has been involved in Canadian policy related to refugees in limbo for a number of years.
But after months in limbo, the two sides reached an agreement Nov.
All the while, the fate of asylum seekers, and female asylum seekers in particular, has remained in limbo.
That he was mean to his dancers does little more than leave the artist and his choreography in limbo.
A change last year in federal immigration regulations left a number of big-ticket Hawaii developments stuck in limbo.
Katherine (Alley), who's never loved anybody but her late dad, gets mowed down in the street by a bike and, instead of getting up and brushing herself off, wakes up in Limbo, where her immediate superior is no-nonsense Rogers (Lynn Redgrave).
Many real estate deals are in limbo now because sellers are waiting for possible changes in the capital gains tax law, also sellers are waiting to see if our new Governor will change the Cuomo tax," Heistein said.