Examples of closing in a Sentence
the closing of the local school
We met with our lawyer before the closing on our new house.
Recent Examples of closing from the Web
Michigan fifth-year senior Ben Flanagan charged down the homestretch at Hayward Field in the men’s 10,000 meters and managed to catch Alabama’s Vincent Kiprop in the closing meters and cap off his final race in a Block M uniform with an NCAA title.
Louise's Restaurant in Brookfield is closing after service on Sunday.
Kids like me sometimes ended up literally homeless during school closings.
The case stems from four years earlier when Hill, who was black, was shot behind his closing garage door by Sheriff’s Deputy Christopher Newman, who is white.
In her closing statement, chairwoman Mary Kay Sigaty said the council would continue to work with the county executive’s office through the end of the council’s term to provide additional funding for Ellicott City.
Eligible employees affected by store closings will receive severance and have the chance to apply for open jobs at other Kmart or Sears stores in the area.
Revenue tumbled more than 30 percent to $2.89 billion, with store closings already underway contributing to almost two thirds of the decline.
The film's closing moments include McCain's deciding vote against the GOP's health care bill and his Senate speech before departing for Arizona.
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CLOSING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of closing for English Language Learners
: a situation or occurrence in which a business or organization shuts down and stops its operations
: the last part of a letter or speech
: a meeting in which the owners of a house formally give ownership of the house to other people
legal Definition of closing
- represented us at the closing
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