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a cessation of normal activity, caused by an accident or strike, for example

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a traffic jam so bad that no movement is possible

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Machakos County Commissioner Matilda Sakwa said an accident at Prima Rosa involving a truck and a pick-up van caused the gridlock.
The business mogul said that people were not aware of the revenue loss caused by gridlock, explaining that the cost of the gridlock to the economy was 20 times the cost of the road project.
Gridlock is the second Irish short being considered for an Oscar nomination after Graham Cantwell's Lily qualified after winning the Best Short Drama Award at the Galway Film Fleadh.
They said the gridlock results from poor access roads leading to the ports, lack of holding bays for trucks, undue dwell time of cargoes and the uncoordinated entry of trucks and tankers into the ports area, among others.
Chapter Three begins the chapters that consider the five pathways for circumventing gridlock.
When I am trying to move people in between Owen Pugh sites and they get caught in gridlock, the whole operation seizes up and they can spend half an hour stuck in a traffic jam.
This kind of praise for gridlock, coupled with the fact that the last Congress was the least productive in memory, has led many people--both before and after the presidential election--to worry about whether gridlock has become either a permanent fixture, or a reflection of a serious defect, in our constitutional system.
As a result of the frequent gridlocks that Russian motorists suffer, the YouTube video below that provides tips on how to fool the traffic jam, Russian style, has almost 1.
The problem with this right-wing approach, as aptly outlined in Gridlock, is that migrant sex workers are denied their right to exercise autonomy in choosing their sector of employment.
The health policy watchers on the bracketology team are predicting, for example, that, in a Democratic Gridlock Universe, there would be 0% chance of major changes in Medicare getting enacted, 39% of no Medicare reforms becoming law, and a 60% chance of "some reforms" or "little reforms" occurring.
In this groundbreaking new study on not just how the federal government works, but the system of governance, Payne Edwards dives into the root causes and issues of why we have gridlock and then offers solutions that originate in the U.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 29, 2011-Global Traffic Network acquired by GTCR Gridlock Holdings(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
26 September 2011 - US GTCR Gridlock Holdings Inc announced today the completion of its tender offer for Global Traffic Network Inc (NASDAQ:GNET), a specialist in traffic information reports, at USD14 (EUR10.
And the no-nonsense former publican proved just that, when he personally removed 30 traffic cones which were causing gridlock in Dale Street.
And the no nonsense former publican proved just that, when he personally removed 30 traffic cones which were causing gridlock in Dale Street with his personal assistant Adam Lewis yesterday.