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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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There have been a number of new innovations for plastic closures in the last two years, with more resistant, technologically advanced lightweight caps providing greater potential for energy reduction and material savings.
The city of Santa Clarita has mailed nearly 100,000 postcards to residents to notify them of the closures.
The closure affects 80 of the mill's 795 employees.
Zippered front closure, reinforced with hook-and-pile which provides a smooth surface when worn with OTV
Several research teams have planned clinical trials that, within 2 years, could show whether PFO closure works against migraines.
A second approach to assessing impacts of closures on access to care is to measure the effects of closure on hospital utilization by the population that had actually used the hospital before it closed.
In addition, some of the respondents had not been employed long enough to have closures or had been reassigned to new caseloads.
An update of Canadean's 2008 study, the report provides a summary of global market trends and developments in beverage closures, as well as a review of recent new product development and innovations in beverage closure design within the global beer, dairy and soft drink markets.
In the past few years, the number of aluminium closures used for wines, spirits, table waters, and oils throughout Europe has grown rapidly to a total figure of over 16bn (2012).
The closures are part of the "creative destruction" of capitalism.
Despite the losses from previous base closures, California still has the largest number of bases and military personnel, the institute study said.
MRC counselors were found to have significantly lower ENCUMs for non-competitive closures of clients with severe disabilities than their B-UM counterparts from the beginning of agency service through 14.