closing time


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closing time

(ˈkləʊzɪŋ)
n
the time at which pubs must legally stop selling alcoholic drinks
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Noun1.closing time - the regular time of day when an establishment closes to the public
time of day, hour - clock time; "the hour is getting late"
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A few minutes before closing time he strolled into the bank and no one noticed a great bead of perspiration which stood out upon his forehead.
George is a waiter, he goes out at eight in the morning and does not come in till closing time, so he isn't in my way at all.
A few minutes before closing time, he threw every share of which he was possessed upon the market, and the next morning Royal Hardwells stood at one dollar seventy-five.
Well, they went up the Baby Walk and back, and when they returned to the time-board she was surprised to see that it now read five o'clock for closing time. But she was unacquainted with the tricky ways of the fairies, and so did not see (as Maimie and Tony saw at once) that they had changed the hour because there was to be a ball to-night.
There he remained until closing time, and when he came out he was so far gone that I knew the game was in my own hands.
But, when she raised her eyes again to meditate the next sentence, she was aware of a waitress, whose expression intimated that it was closing time, and, looking round, Katharine saw herself almost the last person left in the shop.
The closing time of Shifen Waterfall Park in Pingxi District, New Taipei City for the next four months from June 1 to Sep.
Owners Ladhar Leisure had asked Newcastle City Council to push back its final serving time from 2am to 3am, and change the closing time to 3.30am.
Treasury Fund and Cavanal Hill Government Securities Money Market Fund will be moving the daily closing time to 3 p.m.
And opponents of the potential new nightlife spot, on the corner of Leece Street and Roscoe Street, opposite the Bombed-Out church, have said plans for a 6am closing time would only add to their problems.
Sheikh Rasheed told officers of Pakistan Railways will work one hour more than normal closing time, however, lower staff will observe the normal closing time.