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  1. A stalemate is an impasse in a contest, a point where neither player — usually in chess — can win or lose. Stalemate is from an Old French word, estal, which means “place,” “position,” or “stand.”.
  2. Jun 17,  · Diamondbacks, Giants play to stalemate in Mustang Division play By Robert Avery, Staff writer Published pm CDT, Wednesday, June 17,
  3. Stone Sour "Stalemate": If I fail, if I fall If I can't be free, then I never was at all The more I fight, I stay the sam.
  4. ‘Military stalemate in the Mid-Atlantic region in encouraged British commanders to reconsider again their strategic policy.’ ‘By the protracted war between Britain and Napoleonic France had reached a stalemate.’ ‘The legislation would end a two-year stalemate between congressional agriculture policy leaders and budget.
  5. Stalemate is about a woman named Eve Duncan, who is a forensic sculptor (a person who works with the police department to identify long dead murder victims), who lost her only child named Bonnie. The murderer was never found, but she r/5.
  6. Stalemate (Eve Duncan Book 7) out of 5 stars () Kindle Edition. $ 8. Quicksand: An Eve Duncan Forensics Thriller. out of 5 stars () Kindle Edition. $ 9. Blood Game: An Eve Duncan Forensics Thriller. out of 5 stars ( /5().
  7. Jun 24,  · Senate Heading for a Stalemate in Debate Over Policing Practices - Bloomberg The U.S. Senate is headed toward a standoff on an attempt to legislate .
  8. standstill 2 a situation in which neither participant in a contest, competition, or struggle comes out ahead of the other after playing chess for 16 hours, we ended the game in a stalemate.
  9. Stalemate is about a life and death game of chess played in a Polish ghetto where Isaac faces a horrifying situation: If Isaac wins (against a Nazi Commandant), all the children in the ghetto will live, but Isaac will die. If he loses, he’ll live, but the kids will die. Only a draw will ensure a happy ending/5.

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