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Each side stood fast on its own principles and the arbitration committees regularly became deadlocked.
A HISTORY OF TRADE UNIONISM IN THE UNITED STATESSELIG PERLMAN
The United States had always been disposed to submit to arbitration questions which seemed deadlocked.
THE PATH OF EMPIRECARL RUSSELL FISH
But finally the effort was given up, and the two armies faced each other across the Aisne deadlocked.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY; THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL 2, NO. 5, AUGUST, 1915VARIOUS
This also was a failure, and the two armies finally became deadlocked along the line of the Bzura and the Rawka Rivers.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY; THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL 2, NO. 5, AUGUST, 1915VARIOUS
With the good government which followed these changes a deadlocked Congress showed no great desire to interfere.
THE SEQUEL OF APPOMATTOXWALTER LYNWOOD FLEMING
On a count the stock represented stood deadlocked and Sam, looking down the table, raised his eyebrows to Webster.
WINDY MCPHERSON'S SONSHERWOOD ANDERSON
The election being disputed, it fell to them to decide the question—something they would never do, since they were deadlocked.
THE GREATER REPUBLICCHARLES MORRIS
Lee and Grant were deadlocked in the trenches before Petersburg, but here in the valley history would be made again.
THE TREE OF APPOMATTOXJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
“Con” was Cornelius Bonner, an Irishman, one of the deadlocked school board, and the 22 captain of the road grader.
THE BROWN MOUSEHERBERT QUICK
The deadlocked members of the board had been so long at loggerheads that their relations had swayed back to something like amity.
THE BROWN MOUSEHERBERT QUICK
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WORDS RELATED TO DEADLOCKED

  • deadlocked
  • equal
  • matched
  • neck and neck
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