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lim boh

  • n  the state of being disregarded or forgotten
  • n  an imaginary place for lost or neglected things
  • n  (theology) in Roman Catholicism, the place of unbaptized but innocent or righteous souls (such as infants and virtuous individuals)

  • Exercisers can get a full-body workout with moves like HoopGirl's "pulse," which stimulates the entire core; the "limbo," which targets the back and thighs; and the "Wild West .
  • He lived this mind-body limbo for 29 of his 55 years.
  • Since the general election, the AMS has seemed in a limbo.
News & Articles

  • Can Tim Tebow Stay Influential?
    Stop the presses - backup quarterback gets released, waits around in limbo for a few weeks, and then catches on with another team, where he?ll continue to back up.
    June 12, 2013 - Forbes
  • Kingsburg High graduation: Always a Viking
    In that brief limbo between being a Kingsburg High School senior and a Kingsburg High graduate last Thursday, Daniela Pena was in the campus gym, waiting with her peers for graduation ceremoni…
    June 12, 2013 - The Kingsburg Recorder
  • Limbo Review [PlayStation Vita]
    Limbo contains the wonderful aesthetics and crafty puzzles from the previous versions, but the atmosphere isn't quite as striking on a smaller screen.
    June 8, 2013 - GameSpot

  • Peter Hain in Daily Post
    Mr Hain added: "After 10 months in limbo while the inquiry took its course, I now look forward to tackling again the issues of social justice, human rights and equality, as I have done for all 40 years of my political life, both outside and inside...
  • Terry Francona in Boston Globe
    Those four guys have pretty much known that for probably a week,Francona said. "Again, just because of Daisuke's situation. I don't want to say it was in limbo because Daisuke was prepared to pitch. There's just proper ways to do things....

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