draw curtain

draw curtain

A theater curtain that moves horizontally, usually divided in the middle so that each half can be pulled to one side of the stage.
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One issue on which Merkel has come in for adverse criticism, and which has the potential to draw curtains on her illustrious career, is migration.
Most school activities can continue normally, except for the following actions: Lock all exterior doors Allow no one in or out Draw curtains Account for all students and personnel by taking roll Follow Alisha on Twitter @alisharoemeling.
In 2008, Sonia decided to draw curtains on the newspaper as it was facing financial crunch.
He, too, is a part of our city, out there like the bells in the settling evening, still there as the day draws to a close and we draw curtains.
Other features include a revised infotainment system, a folding dining table, two folding chairs stored neatly in the tailgate, a clothes cupboard, blackout blinds and smart draw curtains.
Other features include a revised infotainment system, a folding dining table, two folding chairs (stored neatly in the tailgate), a clothes cupboard, blackout blinds and smart draw curtains.
You only have to take a stroll at night to enjoy a glimpse into the modish abodes of Amsterdammers, who still adhere to the Dutch belief that those who draw curtains in their homes have something to hide.
It advised the elderly to keep doors in their homes closed in order to reduce drafts, draw curtains and to have regular hot drinks and have at least one hot meal a day.
VIVA Bahrain CCO Andrew Hanna said: 'As we draw curtains on another successful year for VIVA Bahrain, we would like to thank our media partners for the continuous support they have extended to us this year.
Dog owners should maintain a normal routine, draw curtains to avoid flashes and watch for signs of stress.
Lined curtains will also help - and make sure you draw curtains after dark