indefinitely postponed

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  • If he had done so the date of his marriage would have been indefinitely postponed. ...
  • However financial problems meant that the film was soon after indefinitely postponed. ...
  • Germany's strength was in sitting still, and she might thus indefinitely postpone the peace. ...
  • The start of the construction of the line has been indefinitely postponed. ...
  • The film was indefinitely postponed until the album had been issued. ...
  • Telling my friends then, that I would take two weeks to consider it, they thought the matter might be indefinitely postponed. ...
  • The British government eventually backed down by indefinitely postponing a planned increase in fuel duty. ...
  • However, they were then indefinitely postponed, and did not take place until 1977.
  • Indefinitely postponing his ulterior plans, he would regulate his future actions according to future circumstances. ...
  • He should survive, even if the event were indefinitely postponed. ...
  • However works suddenly ceased after a British company that had planned to co-produce the film backed out and the film has been indefinitely postponed since. ...
  • The convention for 2013 has been indefinitely postponed to an unknown later date. ...
  • The drama whose prologue was so full of promise appears to be indefinitely postponed. ...
  • In which case the business might be hushed up yet, and the evil hour of explanation with his wife indefinitely postponed. ...
  • George VI was now too ill for travel and the Royal Tour was indefinitely postponed later that month. ...
  • Mr. Sands was kind to him; but he might indefinitely postpone the promise he had made to give him his freedom. ...
  • This drop in market value was considered to have happened because of the indefinitely postponed Etihad deal. ...
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