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- v. to terminate; to call the end of.
- v. Of a wave, to break all at once, instead of progressively along its length.
- v. To terminate a computer program.
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- v. terminate by selling off or disposing of
- v. make impossible, especially beforehand
- v. terminate
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He probably also knew that A.J. Burnett, attempting to close out a series for the second time this postseason, would have that deer-in-headlights look in his eyes again.
The brash surged around them like a slurry of broken glass, and other growlers reared up uncomfortably close out of the depths.
Perry Green had made his remark to the poker icon about reading his book, and on the very next hand was dealt the master’s trademark 10-2, the same hand Brunson had played to close out his two WSOP victories.
Elliott passed this along to Steve, who said he would call the Eagle County sheriff to close out on the Mount of the Holy Cross lead.
Then Perry Werden hit a liner up the middle that Preacher Wil plucked from the air with his bare hand to close out the frame.
Are they sure they wanted All-Star closer Joe Nathan to close out games against the Bronx Bombers?