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a photograph or film or television shot taken at close range
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NBI and police findings showed that the victims ingested a deadly cocktail of party drugs and alcohol during the May 21 Closeup Forever Summer concert.
Closeup, the toothpaste brand that sponsored the activity and the agency that organised the event, Activations Advertising and Eventscape, had issued a statement on Facebook the day after the event that they had been "deeply saddened by the events that transpired on the early hours of May 22, 2016.
The index was developed by IP CloseUp, an online information portal hosted by IP expert, trend spotter, consultant and editor Bruce Berman.
Like Sinead's hit, Who You Are centres on a closeup of the star's face for most of the video.
She begins by giving the pupils of Redbourne School in Bedfordshire a chance to examine living STIs closeup.
Alex, from Corpach, Inverness-shire, said: "The pictures range from shots of a climber standing beside a noticeboard in Glen Nevis to someone bouldering in the French Alps, as well as a closeup of the Palace of Versailles.
Fabulous closeup views along her 1,232ft length are afforded by Princes Parade, which runs parallel to the ship.
Sunday will consist of the additional sections of Travel, Real Estate, Money and Life, and Maryland Closeup.
The calendar format includes a closeup photo each day, with spiral binding for lasting year-long durability.
After finishing a closeup fourth in a decent event last time, the handicapper has been unusually generous in dropping him a couple of pounds, which means he must hold excellent prospects of his last winning mark.
Closeup shooting; a guide to closeup, tabletop, and macro photography.
CLOSEUP SHOOTING: A GUIDE TO CLOSEUP, TABLETOP, AND MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY comes from a photographer and designer who introduces readers to the world of small objects and the special challenges involved in taking photos of this world.