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deadlock

noun block, blockage, check, checkmate, dead end, dead heat, dilemma, draw, drawn battle, drawn game, frustration, impasse, insoluble difference, no decision, obstruction, paralysis, predicament, quandary, stalemate, stand off, standstill, state of inaction, state of indecision, state of inertia, state of neutralization, stoppage, stumbling block, tie
Associated concepts: deadlock breaking instructions, deaddocked corporation, jury deadlocked, tie vote
See also: abeyance, bar, check, clog, draw, halt, impasse, impede, interruption, quagmire, stem
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Reading Section 134, you might think it provides a very simple and effective solution to deadlocks between the members of two-member LLCs.
The Jamiat-e-Isalmi party announced its conditions for an end to the deadlock and demanded the removal of the top security officials, including the national security adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar to step down, accusing the security establishments for failing to maintain security for the people.
He also urged the leaders to end the political deadlock in the country.
In general, the distributed algorithms [4,5,7,10,12] have used 'record and reduce' principle to detect the generalized deadlocks.
The case before us turned on something called the deadlock instruction, the deadlock provision of the New York death penalty statute.
The most formidable obstacle to getting the L-20 off the ground may be that the proposal overestimates the degree to which the major governments around the world believe that the supposed global deadlocks are indeed deadlocks.
In this setting, the deadlock problem arises; being able to detect deadlocks is the first step to take actions and resolve them.
The Q and Q2 are single and multiple key deadlocks respectively.
Deadlocks are avoided in deterministic routing by ordering those channels that a message needs to traverse.
A buy-sell provision requires, after deadlock, that one partner fix the price for 100 percent of the venture.
Their collective work on pi calculus and correctness properties (livelock, deadlock and leak freedom) is the underpinning of WS-CDL, giving the language mathematical soundness.
However, dissolution is obviously a drastic solution for a member deadlock, and both Section 134 and the above member removal provision under Section 104 give New Hampshire courts an almost terrifyingly broad discretion in addressing member deadlocks.