total deadlock

total deadlock

[′tōd·əl ′ded‚läk]
(computer science)
A deadlock that involves all the tasks in a multiprogramming system.
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"The crisis is neither a total deadlock, nor an easy one to overcome.
At the same time, Argentinas Foreign Minister remarked that it is impossible for this situation of total deadlock between the Venezuelan government and opposition to be resolved by anyone but the Venezuelans themselves.
"Tsipras brought the country to a total deadlock. Between an unacceptable agreement and a euro exit," former conservative Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said.
Hadi said when he stepped down that he could no longer stay in office as the country was in "total deadlock".
President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi, a key US ally in the fight against al-Qaeda's Yemeni franchise, tendered his resignation Jan 29 along with PM Khaled Bahah, saying he could no longer stay in office as his country was in "total deadlock".
Hadi tendered his resignation on Thursday along with Prime Minister Khalid Bahah, saying he could not stay in office as the country was in "total deadlock".
In fact the most likely scenario for him to return would be total deadlock, which itself could presage instability and a short-lived government.
"At this juncture of total deadlock, we plead your esteemed office to be pro-active and if required, we are ready to offer our services under your direction to be mediators between the Civil Aviation Ministry/Air India management and IPG," they said.
It seems to be total deadlock - and they aren't pulling any punches." shows sign budging.
After a year and a half of total deadlock, the Belgian Council Presidency will try to work out a political deal with its resumption of discussions on the sensitive question of the Eurovignette.
It was total deadlock until Warnock brought on record signing Ade Akinbiyi and highly-rated Steve Kabba up front to inject new ideas and pace to nip in front of some very tired City legs.
And such total deadlock will inevitably disintegrate into renewed violence, at ever higher levels of intensity.