I remember being a grad student, sending off a research proposal to the review board, rubbing my hands together in excitement and thinking, "Great! Soon they'll either tell me, A, I just need to make some adjustments, or B, I can start my research!"
This word comes from a Latin one meaning "edge" or "border."
"But [Vicky Dobrin, a Seattle immigration attorney,] says there's no application for these visa waivers, and even strong cases like Ahmed's are disappeared into limbo — in his case for 2 1/2 years now, and counting."
Explain the meaning of "limbo" without saying "in-between spot" or "undecided status."
Fill in the blanks: "_____ dwell in limbo, destined, maybe, for _____ or _____."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. A close opposite of LIMBO is
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