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closer

[′klō·zər]
(civil engineering)
In masonry work, the last brick or other masonry component that is laid in a horizontal course. Also known as closure.
A stone course that extends from one windowsill to another.

closer

The last stretcher brick that encompasses a course of brickwork; types include a king closer and queen closer. See also: Brick

closer

closer, 1
1. The last brick, block, stone, or tile laid in a horizontal course; may be either a complete unit or one trimmed on the site.
2. A stone course running from one windowsill to another (a variety of stringcourse). Also see king closer, queen closer.
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