Impasse [noun]

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His first book, “The Music Lesson,” published in 2006, is narrated by a young bass player at a creative impasse — skilled, but easily frustrated, and more easily impressed.

K-8 students were slated to return last week, but the city pushed the date back repeatedly as it faced an impasse with the teachers union, and feared opening without enough staff.

Amid the back-and-forth, both camps made efforts to avoid addressing head-on the looming possibility that the impasse could escalate into a strike.

Almost a decade later, after years of incredibly hard work in relative isolation, he found a way around the impasse and proved the experts wrong.

In a political environment less hostile to Beijing, Congress may have pressured the SEC to take action on the auditing impasse “in a more gradual manner,” rather than through a law of its own, Hirson said.

Instead, the impasse dragged on over a disagreement on how to ensure truck drivers were not carrying the new coronavirus strain into France.

At least a few times a year, a pay-TV provider and a TV network owner reach an impasse over how much money the provider should pay the network to carry the latter’s linear channels.

Or, Congress could remain at an impasse, and city officials would need to reallocate funding for the shelter that they all agree should not close during a pandemic, at the expense of something else.

If that board reaches an impasse, state law directs the legislature to act.

That self-imposed deadline arrived on Thursday, with both sides still at an impasse over their future relationship.