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- adv. In an inconclusive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inconclusive manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. not conclusively
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NEW DELHI, Thursday 12 August 2010 (AFP) - High-level government talks in India on Thursday to discuss possible suspension of BlackBerry services over worries about national security ended "inconclusively," an official said.
NEW DELHI (AFP) - High-level government talks in India on Thursday to discuss possible suspension of BlackBerry services over worries about national security ended "inconclusively," an official said.
Thursday to decide on possible suspension of encrypted BlackBerry services over national security worries ended "inconclusively," an official said.
Mohamed's military trial has dragged on inconclusively, overseen by three black-clad Hamas judges.
However, it is hard to imagine a no-drama election-year debate in Congress, where fiscal debates for the last year have been punctuated by crises and impasses that often ended inconclusively.
Let an agenda item end inconclusively, and move on to the next disaster.
Above all, they were movies that weren't afraid to end unhappily or, worse, inconclusively, a trait shared by Drive and MMMM.
Mostly we ignore the evaluators because in large measure, the research studies inconclusively nitpick.
However, with the campaign dragging on inconclusively, there have been increasing international calls for a negotiated end to the war.
In Washington, the analogy on everyone's mind was not Vietnam, but Korea, where a limited American war -- to evict the North Koreans from the south -- had slipped under MacArthur's gung-ho influence into an unlimited struggle to destroy the North Korean communists that had dragged on bloodily and inconclusively for three years and then left American troops as a permanent fixture in South Korea.