stalemate


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US President Barack Obama has said that he is very satisfied with the Nato air mission in Libya, despite the apparent stalemate between rebel forces and Muammar Gaddafi.
There's a temptation to get on no goalscorer at 8-1 but the stalemate at 23-10 with four firms - it's only 2-1 at Victor Chandler - offers more flexibility.
T&G convenor Sid Graves said: ``There is still stalemate.
BEIRUT: The General Labor Confederation called Friday for inter-sectoral talks as a means of resolving the political stalemate that has impeded government formation efforts.
A stalemate appears to be emerging in Libya between rebels and forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi but the United States should not arm the rebels without knowing more about them, a top US general has advised.
Bookies bashed by Sunday stalemates," wailed another, moments later, from Sky Bet.
A point takes Slovakia to the World Cup and Slovenia to the brink of securing their place in the play-offs and the stalemate is no better than 8-5.
Antonovich after the water board reached a stalemate in choosing a new member.
Some also feared that the new group would create a stalemate with the IEEE standards working group.
NATO leaders acknowledged the limits of the alliance's air power, which has caused rather than broken a military stalemate.
Summary: Sunderland's dismal Premier League run now stands at one win in 14 after they were held to a lacklustre stalemate by visiting Stoke.
Smith had come on as a substitute in extra time after both sides had fought out a stalemate - and he held his nerve to book a place in the fourth round for Ray Lewington's men.