tie-up, dead-end street, tie, same, draw, cul, stalemate, blind alley, stand, impasse, standoff, dead heat, standstill, cul de sac, tie, standoff, pause, dead end.
By November 1st a complete deadlock
had been reached.
of course, soon occurred, and it then appeared that the British were no longer prepared to back up the Japanese whole- heartedly, as in the old days.
Mr. Brotherton, reading his Kansas City paper at his desk, called to them: " Well, I see Doc Jim's still holding his deadlock
and they can't elect a United States Senator without him!"