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Limbous
Limbous Lim"bous (l[i^]m"b[u^]s), a. [See Limbus.] (Anat.) With slightly overlapping borders; -- said of a suture.

Meaning of Limbo from wikipedia

- In Catholic theology, Limbo (Latin limbus, edge or boundary, referring to the edge of ****) is the viewpoint concerning the afterlife condition of those...
- Limbo is a puzzle-platform video game developed by independent studio Playdead. The game was released in July 2010 on Xbox Live Arcade, and has since...
- Limbo is an afterlife condition hypothesized by Medieval Roman Catholic theologians, but not made official Catholic doctrine. Limbo may also refer to:...
- Limbo is a po****r dance contest, based on traditions that originated on the island of Trinidad. The aim is to p**** forwards under a low bar without falling...
- Sitting in Limbo may refer to: "Sitting in Limbo", a song by Jimmy Cliff from his album Another Cycle Sitting in Limbo (album), an album by Jessica Molaskey...
- In Limbo may refer to: In Limbo (novel), by Christopher Evans In Limbo (album) by Pete Max In Limbo (EP) by Lydia Lunch In Limbo: The Lost Puracane Sessions...
- Soul Limbo is the seventh studio album by the American R&B band Booker T. & the M.G.'s, released in 1968 on Stax Records. The album was the first Stax...
- Playdead's 2010 game Limbo, and features similar 2.5D gameplay. Playdead began work on Inside shortly after the release of Limbo, using Limbo's custom game engine...
- Playa Limbo (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈplaʝa ˈlimbo]) is a Mexican pop band with influences from jazz. They are originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico...
- "Limbo Rock" is a po****r song about limbo dancing written by Kal Mann (under the pseudonym Jan Sheldon) and Billy Strange. An instrumental version was...
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