These can be broadly classified into concerns about achieving some level of justice, a point of closure
, and also receiving adequate and appropriate compensation, and without one or all of these, many victims will be left feeling unsatisfied, and some may be more seriously affected.
Early on, Griffa recognized the need "to stop just a moment before completion," to "avoid the final point of closure
that suddenly puts the work into the past.
The emotionally charged ceremony was seen as a point of closure
for many who have mourned lost loved ones for a decade.
The foundation says at the point of closure
there will be no disabled children in the nursery.
In other places when Tesco has set up shop local independent businesses are quickly damaged to the point of closure
Never again will they be driven recklessly to the point of closure
and they take no delight when they look across the Glasgowskyline to the plight of those Holy Willies at Ibrox.
Ormskirk were on the point of closure
at 181-9 when two dropped catches prolonged the innings.
I accept this is part of the democratic process, but we want Wednesday to be a point of closure
so we can get on delivering the scheme.
Or at least they did until legal actions brought by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) brought Lik-Sang to the point of closure
, persuading many other retailers such as Play-Asia to cancel export pre-orders.
According to Quinn, Tupac's murder in 1996 marked a change in gangsta rap, and she uses that historic moment both as a way to point to developments in the genre since 1996 and as a point of closure
for her study.
However, this is an extremely complicated deal that requires an extraordinary amount of work to bring to the point of closure
But the apocalyptic inclinations of the 90s constitute a point of closure
for the analysis and not for the genre.