deadlock


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Synonyms for deadlock

Synonyms for deadlock

an equality of scores, votes, or performances in a contest

Synonyms for deadlock

a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible

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According to my calculation, due to the deadlock of 12 days, production of around 3600 cars has been delayed.
Include in your operating agreement every type of provision that may be useful to members if, despite their best efforts, a deadlock between them proves unavoidable.
The Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin leader announced the party's stance regarding the recent political upheavals in the country, warning that the persistent deadlocks and fall of the current regime will have a negative impact on the condition of the country.
The deadlock is linked to ongoing regional competition being played out between Iran and Saudi Arabia, who back opposing sides in the race.
Basement dwellers Blackpool came from behind to draw 1-1 with Rotherham at Bloom- field Road, with Dominic Telford equalising Late on after Emmanuel Ledesma, on loan from Boro, had broken the deadlock.
The format, which was introduced in Series 4 when the judging panel went from three to four, meant if two judges voted for one act and two for another, red lights flashed and deadlock was announced.
Doing so reduces the number of locks on pages containing rows that are accessed but not required, thereby reducing timeouts and deadlocks.
Adamant to end the political deadlock, Malik says the jirga will do its level best to have the parties sit down and discuss their issues again as the country is in danger.
The presidential election was once again taken towards a deadlock after Abdullah Abdullah announced his team's stance regarding the electoral process and said his team will not accept the outcome of election.
Cowell is still looking for a solution to deadlock and is thought to be considering extra-time and penalties.
Complaining about the lack of a culture of compromise in Turkey, CHP deputy TE-rmen said the deadlock was due to the inflexible red lines of the various parties.
Concerned by the deadlock in the negotiations between the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hasexpressed the hope that the two sides will overcome the impasse next week during a visit by his Special Adviser Alexander Downer.
As fears of a US debt deadlock subside, multi-asset expert Aymeric Forest has lifted the protection placed on the equity portfolio of his Au2.
For the second week in a row, the 19-year-old Melbourne resident finished fifth after she lost in a deadlock decision against THIRD D3GREE.
The latter was chosen to offset the political deadlock after five rounds of voting failed to produce a successor.