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Synonyms for closure

Synonyms for closure

Synonyms for closure

approaching a particular destination

a rule for limiting or ending debate in a deliberative body

a Gestalt principle of organization holding that there is an innate tendency to perceive incomplete objects as complete and to close or fill gaps and to perceive asymmetric stimuli as symmetric

something settled or resolved

the act of blocking

terminate debate by calling for a vote


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Results: Pain score and analgesic requirements were significantly less in non-closure group than closure group on day 0 and day 1, showing statistically significant difference between the two groups.
It is the greater flexibility of plastics to adapt to the changing demands of the closure market that give them their on-going advantage.
Closure of the nasal cavities in the treatment of refractory hereditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia.
The Prince Albert pulp and paper mill in Saskatchewan, announced in October as an indefinite closure.
Zippered front closure, reinforced with hook-and-pile which provides a smooth surface when worn with OTV
Several research teams have planned clinical trials that, within 2 years, could show whether PFO closure works against migraines.
We have applied the psychological process of closure and formed a whole, or gestalt, out of the three dots.
Rexam Closures & Containers, Evansville, IN, has introduced several closures that pass the new CPSC regulation for packaging products containing hydrocarbons, such as baby oils, paints, shoe polishes and car waxes.
If an owner or operator has shut down its UST, either temporarily or permanently, or desires to shut it down before the end of the year, such closure must comply with the requirements set forth in the federal regulations.
Among the obligations that would be covered by the proposed statement are decommissioning of nuclear facilities; dismantlement and removal of offshore oil and gas production facilities; closure, reclamation and removal of mining facilities; and closure and postclosure of landfills and certain hazardous waste storage facilities.
Previously, the company built and tested as many as 10 prototypes to meet the customer's requirements for closure force.
This article has three main objectives: (1) to examine where patients go for health care before and after the closure of acute-care hospitals; (2) to evaluate the effects of hospital closures on inpatient utilization rates; and (3) to explore the relationship between the utilization of physician services and changes in the availability of hospital services.
Consideration of both work status at closure and severity of client disability is particularly important in light of federal closure figures that indicates substantial discrepancies in work status at closure between clients with severe disabilities and their counterparts with non-severe disabilities.