v. t.1.To make close.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Closen, "Moment-resisting bolted timber connections," Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Structures and Buildings, vol.
Closen, Teaching With Recent Decisions: A Survey of Past and Present Practices, 11 FLA.
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An unbroken partnership of 67 between Tom Smith, the loan signing, and the immaculate Ackerman (270 balls, 24 fours and one delightful straight drive for six off Ant Botha) saw Leicestershire to the closen Steve Kirby will not be joining Warwickshire.
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I was in law school when the moral retribution nonsense began and had been fortunate enough to land a position as a research assistant for my first year contracts instructor, Professor Michael Closen. It helped a tiny bit in the expense of a legal education and it gave me an office in the library from which to work.
That project, the Inn at the Bridge, has 10 units on nearly 2.25 acres and was developed under the M & C limited liability corporation, by Closen Christian Jr.
(52) Baron Ludwig Von Closen's description of Blacks in the American fighting forces is far from pejorative.