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closed book

medieval symbolism for the unknown. [Christian Symbolism: Appleton, 13]
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When looking to make processing our legacy portfolio much more efficient, we turned to Sapiens and the Closed Books solution," commented Liz McKenzie, Wesleyan's Group Corporate Services director.
Concert dance will not be a closed book for Lewitzky.
That was part of his life he kept as a closed book.
The implementation of the Closed Books solution was spearheaded by Sapiens' Insurance Practice team and leveraged Sapiens' innovative "Old Co-New Co" services approach, designed to enable insurers to meet the challenges of their new business needs, while continuing to efficiently meet closed book obligations with high quality and cost-effective services.
I know I'll be labelled because I'm ex-Hibs but it's not a closed book case.
At the conclusion of the sixth session, which closed Book 3 on Sunday, Tapit had been responsible for 43 yearlings who had sold for an average of $265,977.
North Wales is probably a closed book to her so probably she fails to realise the additional expense of providing services up here compared to Buckinghamshire.
A Closed Book (15): Tom Conti and Daryl Hannah star in a twisted tale of murderous revenge.
He said: "The past we shared is a closed book to her.
Outreach activity is vital in terms of reaching young people for whom higher education would otherwise remain a closed book.
But he pledged: "Although the boat is sailing, we don't consider it to be a closed book.
While his time on Celebrity Big Brother exposed the fallen star as raw and emotionally fragile, when it comes to that fateful night in March he will surely remain a closed book.