Stalled sentence example

stalled
  • She started the vehicle, stalled it, and finally stuffed it in gear.
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  • The actress left after her contract negotiations stalled.
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  • While direct-to-DVD movies were suggested, tight economic times stalled those productions.
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  • Shortly thereafter, the car stalled on the backside of the track with an apparent electrical system malfunction.
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  • Like Number Five, he can only recapitulate what was happened before, having stalled in his personal evolution.
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  • However, all of that changed once she succumbed to a well-publicized nose job that stalled her career instead of helping it.
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  • If you're feeling stalled, take this opportunity to leash up that little buddy of yours and go shopping together!
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  • By now you're probably screaming and trying to get out of your stalled car, but before you can manage to find the door handle, the woman is gone and your car is purring.
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  • A staple of the drama Scott was written out of the show in 2009 when her contract negotiations stalled.
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  • When the negotiations stalled, the writers were forced to write Nikki Newman off of the show because they plan storylines months in advance.
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  • It was a time to tackle all those built up chores that had accumulated during the busy season now that life was stalled in the dark of winter.
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  • Furthermore, submucosal fibroids can increase the chances of postpartum hemorrhage, obstructed labor, stalled labor and cesarean section.
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  • Lucky for him that Fisichella stalled and caused there to be a second warm-up lap!
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  • I'm stalled of doing naught; and I do like - I could like to hear her!
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  • In 2001, when contract negotiations stalled, Scott reportedly cleaned out her dressing room and left the show before they were able to come to a new and equitable agreement.
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  • This was in 1732, and Rousseau, who for a time had unimportant employments in the service of the Sardinian crown, was shortly in- stalled by Madame de Warens, whom he still called Maman, as amant en titre in her singular household, wherein she diverted herself with him, with music and with chemistry.
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