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Speaking at the launch of his book The Burning Land, he said: "The way I look at it is that I am in a state of limbo. I was diagnosed with cancer back in 2014.
Limbo said the local government was studying whether to allow the displaced families to return home although raining has subsided.
"They are in a bit of limbo at the moment, they are sort of living at Kensington Palace, Frogmore Cottage is being overhauled and until such time they can settle in there," Arbiter said.
Limbo is one of the tunes he wrote during his first break-up.
The two men were kept in legal limbo for the next four months as they waited in a restricted area in the airport for their case to be processed.
Have a very Happy Christmas, a productive Chrimbo Limbo and a peaceful New Year, and I'll see you on the other side.
The limbo game usually involves a long pole with two people holding either side of it.
Limbo was a monochromatic masterpiece, deeply disturbing and with exquisitely grotesque set pieces that put it head and shoulders above the competition.
While Limbo may seem like a game that has sucked out all the humanity from its dark world, it is the opposite that is true.
THE husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British woman imprisoned in Tehran, has said he is in limbo waiting for news of his wife's release but has not given up hope.
Summary: The tense relations between India and Pakistan has left the project in limbo