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1
restricted or prohibited as to the type of game or fish able to be taken

close

2
1. Law private property, usually enclosed by a fence, hedge, or wall
2. Brit a courtyard or quadrangle enclosed by buildings or an entry leading to such a courtyard
3. Brit a small quiet residential road
4. the precincts of a cathedral or similar building
5. Scot the entry from the street to a tenement building
6. Music another word for cadence. A perfect cadence is called a full close an imperfect one a half close

What does it mean when you dream about closing something?

Closing a door can mean closing a chapter of one’s life. We can also close our hearts to someone or close our eyes to something.

close

[klōs]
(computer science)
To make a file unavailable to a computer program which previously had access to it.
(meteorology)
Colloquially, descriptive of oppressively still, warm, moist air, frequently applied to indoor conditions.

close

1. An enclosed space around or at the side of a building; esp. the neighborhood of a cathedral.
2. A narrow lane leading from a street.

close

(1) To finish reading or writing a document. The close function typically saves any changes made to the document and releases the file so it can be used by another application. Contrast with open.

(2) To exit an application. Contrast with launch.
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But Mr Huhne said: "The law suggests George Osborne and Andrew Feldman have been sailing close to the wind.
Judge Beatrice Bolton warned him: "You are sailing pretty close to the wind.
That's sailing pretty close to the wind, too close for someone who aspires to national political office.
Lee wrote: "The attraction of a flash character [Brian Wright] who carried bundles of banknotes and evidently sailed close to the wind was too much for Bradley.
But this year the sector has had more than its fair share of rapped knuckles for sailing too close to the wind.
Matthew Taylor, Treasury spokesman for the Liberal Democrats, said: "This sails very close to the wind.
The guys will be sailing pretty close to the wind and there is no doubt it is likely to be the highlight of the evening.
Meanwhile, John Higgins will take on Stephen Lee after both sailed close to the wind before going through.
And the presenter sailed close to the wind with a crude gag on playing football on pitches covered with landmines.
She was wonderful out there and never once panicked despite flying close to the wind," he said.
We will continue to support local communities close to the wind farm through our Community Benefit Fund.
numbers now, its are n qulio Consultant Dr Fiona Wisniacki told him they were already "sailing close to the wind every day" in the unit built to cope with 20,000 emergency admissions a year but now dealing with 50,000.