Moscow officials insist that the hospitals listed for closure lacked professional services and often stayed half empty.
“He betrayed us,” explained one reporter who lost his job as part of the closure of the News of the World.
Egyptians pray for closure as the former dictator and his two sons go back on trial.
During spring break, more than a dozen of them, accompanied by a teacher, staged a sit-in to protest the closure.
He was Russel Rebello, a 33-year-old ship waiter from India who deserves to be recovered so his family can have closure.
The Conservatives and obstruction, the Liberals and closure.
There only remained to fit in a solid door, which would assure the closure of Will Tree.
Rise of temperature thus induces a movement of opening, and a fall of temperature brings about the opposite movement of closure.
So Nana repeated the phrase by way of closure to all their quarrels.
I have shown that the midday closure of leaflets is brought about by the excitatory action of strong sunlight.
late 14c., "a barrier, a fence," from Old French closure "enclosure; that which encloses, fastening, hedge, wall, fence," also closture "barrier, division; enclosure, hedge, fence, wall" (12c., Modern French clôture), from Late Latin clausura "lock, fortress, a closing" (source of Italian chiusura), from past participle stem of Latin claudere "to close" (see close (v.)). Sense of "act of closing, bringing to a close" is from early 15c. In legislation, especially "closing or stopping of debate." Sense of "tendency to create ordered and satisfying wholes" is 1924, from Gestalt psychology.