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General Crossword Questions for “limbo”

  • West Indian pole dancing
  • Uncertainty - West Indian dance
  • Dance - place of oblivion
  • Caribbean dance - place for lost souls
  • West Indian dance - state of uncertainty
  • Where things are lost or forgotten or being awaited
  • Caribbean dance
  • Subpolar dance?
  • Branch out initially for uncertain position
  • Where the unbaptised bend over backwards?
  • Endlessly mobile in dance leading to oblivion
  • Dance second, something stretched round
  • Hell of a dance
  • Dance with member next to ring
  • Dance with member, Oscar
  • (Between) two extremes
  • Where things are unused or forgotten

Encyclopedia

  • Hyperlinked infromation page about the Roman Catholic concept of limbo. — “Limbo - Wikipedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • Limbo is a popular form of contra dancing that originated on the island of Trinidad, though Hawaii is often mistakenly associated with limbo. The dancer moves to a Caribbean rhythm, then leans backward and dances under a horizontal pole without touching it. — “Limbo (dance) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
  • Limbo is a puzzle-platform video game and the premiere title of independent Danish game developer Playdead Studios. Limbo is a 2D sidescroller, incorporating a physics system that governs environmental objects and the player character. — “Limbo (video game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org

Quotations

  • Who is the ghost from limbo patrum , returning to the world that has forgotten him? Who is King Hamlet? — “Ulysses” by James Joyce
  • "Only so far afflicted, that we live Desiring without hope." So grief assail'd My heart at hearing this, for well I knew Suspended in that Limbo many a soul Of mighty worth. "O tell me, sire rever'd! Tell me, my master!" I began through wish Of full assurance in that holy faith, Which vanquishes all error; "say, did e'er Any, or through his own or other's merit, Come forth from thence, whom afterward was blest?" — “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri

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