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In a metes-and-bounds legal description of land, the necessity that the various calls and distances culminate at the point of beginning, so the shape described is “closed.” If the shape is not closed and the property description is inaccurate in some regard, then the transaction violates the statute of frauds and the transfer is void.The drawing to the right is of a property description without closure.

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The major factors driving the caps and closures for food and beverages market are: growing demand from the packaging industry and a rise in demand for plastic caps and closures.
Over recent years, the economic downturn has encouraged a focus on cost and material savings in the beverage industry, with the aim of delivering cheaper closures that require minimal adaptation of installed technology.
Vestibular closure with a silastic obturator--an alternative to Young's procedure in bleeding diathesis.
Elastic drawstring for positive closure during movement
Such grants are available to communities that might gain military personnel or missions, and not just for communities suffering from base closures.
A study that he and his colleagues published in 2003 suggested that PFO closure is more effective against migraines with auras than against migraines without accompanying sensory signs.
Finally, owners and operators of USTs must maintain records demonstrating compliance with the closure requirements for at least three years following the closure or change-in-service.
The engineer supplied the program with preliminary information, identifying which component was the seal, the body and the door, then specifying parameters such as how far the door should close into the seal and the speed of the closure.
The dependent variables, which were computed for each counselor for the 1988/1989 fiscal year, were: (a) competitive closure rate, which was the ratio of competitive employment Status 26 (rehabilitated) closures to all other closures, including other Status 26 closures and closures from applicant and extended evaluation statuses; (b) number of non-competitive closures, which was the total number of closures minus the number of closures in Status 26 closures with a work status of competitive employment; and (c) case service dollar expenditures for non-competitive closures, which was the total case service dollar expenditures for the non-competitive closures previously described.
Rising use of sports caps, dosing caps and similar added value' features indicates that the underlying consumer changes driving demand for greater convenience in closure design remain in place.
For us, the expansion of the 'Aluminium Closures--Turn 360 ' campaign from wine to include bottled products such as spirits; oils and vinegars; water and beverages is the next logical step in reinforcing the high-performance closure concept.