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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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Over recent years, the economic downturn has encouraged a focus on cost and material savings in the beverage industry, with the aim of delivering cheaper closures that require minimal adaptation of installed technology.
In the industrial center, short-term closures will occur from 10 a.
Two hundred employees will be affected as Weyerhaeuser confirms permanent closure of the 350,000-ton/yr container board machine in Plymouth, North Carolina.
Elbow pouch with hook-and-pile closure for internal elbow pad inserts
Despite the promising findings and advances, most researchers don't think that PFO closure is ready for prime-time use in treating migraines.
A second approach to assessing impacts of closures on access to care is to measure the effects of closure on hospital utilization by the population that had actually used the hospital before it closed.
In addition, some of the respondents had not been employed long enough to have closures or had been reassigned to new caseloads.
An update of Canadean's 2008 study, the report provides a summary of global market trends and developments in beverage closures, as well as a review of recent new product development and innovations in beverage closure design within the global beer, dairy and soft drink markets.
In the past few years, the number of aluminium closures used for wines, spirits, table waters, and oils throughout Europe has grown rapidly to a total figure of over 16bn (2012).
The announced closures were almost all in North America, and they passed here almost without notice--except for the IP and K-C announcements, which were analyzed for their financial impact.
Such grants are available to communities that might gain military personnel or missions, and not just for communities suffering from base closures.
All closures were considered, not just those of clients with severe disabilities.
com/research/a6d996/strategic_analysis) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Strategic Analysis of the North American Plastic Caps and Closures Market" to their offering.
Bericap has developed 33mm closures for hot fillings available in the versions flat screw closure and TushPull sport closure', which does not require any aluminium sealing foil for safe sealing.
Thompson noted that March is the deadline for Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to forward his recommendations for military base closures and realignments to the Base Closure Commission.