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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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Glenn Close delivers, Her Norma is way over the top, with hugely theatrical gestures, histrionic line readings, and the cunning of a she-wolf.
When the Air Force did attempt to provide close support, results were often poor.
In light of increasing regulations like [Sarbanes-Oxley], reduced reporting timeframes and lower materiality thresholds, it is a relief to find OneClose, an application that addresses these new challenges as well as the age-old close issues stemming from manual and disconnected processes," stated Diane Manerchia, Director, Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance, FMC Corp.
Now they want to close one of the busiest trauma centers in the region.
Then Guare's-verbal portrait, of Close - a text that flows smoothly for some 30 pages, over and under and through images of earlier work and of the artist, then and now, with and without his family, taken by such photographers as Tina Barney and the late Hans Namuth.
B-notes decreased to 11% from 26% at close and mezzanine debt decreased to 19% from 23% at close.
This means that the purchaser may have to close on the sale of the apartment before he/she purchases the new apartment and may have to find temporary living arrangements.
Los Padres officials say they could close their territory if a major fire breaks out and draws off personnel, or if Santa Ana winds kick up badly.
However, by adopting many of the best practices associated with the virtual close, and by taking advantage of the new Web-based financial reporting and business performance management solutions, reporting cycle time can be greatly reduced, and financial executives can deliver more timely information to decision-makers and free up finance staff to spend less time on processing and more time on providing value-added analysis.
That is done to provide sufficient flow over the valve at the start of injection to ensure the valve closes.
SEC and PCAOB Confirm the Importance of the Integrated Close
If, for example, the tax forms are not completed prior to closing, the ability to close will depend on the availability of Internet access at the time of closing.