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
Lexington Market and its many vendors opened for business early Saturday morning, despite Friday’s closing after an online video went viral of a rat scurrying over cakes and cookies at Buttercup Bakery.
Further details of the closing ceremony have not yet been revealed.
After its closing there were vague plans for the city of Galveston to turn it into an educational and research aquarium, possibly connected with marine science programs at Texas A&M University-Galveston, but nothing ever came to fruition.
The shelter, which received little public attention between its opening in 2016 and initial closing in April 2017, has been thrust into the middle of a fierce debate over the Trump administration's family separation policy.
And that has both the team and its coach closing in on World Cup milestones.
During the closing ceremony, a moderator again brought gender into the dialogue in his interview with Sen. Cory Booker.
On Saturday, Ryles will mark its closing with an invitation-only party featuring one last jam session.
Protective Life Corporation of Birmingham announced its closing on acquiring Boston's Lincoln Life Assurance Co. The $1.2 billion transaction was originally announced in January.
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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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