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closure

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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"We are pleased to partner with NCC on the cross-licensing of registered intellectual property for tethered beverage closures as we look to grow our portfolio of dispensing closures that are more convenient for consumers and more sustainable for the environment.
A full list of closures can be found (https://www.ibtimes.com/dressbarn-store-closures-full-list-locations-closing-2807699) here.
The results in Table 1 demonstrate that rural counties with hospital closures saw meaningfully lower annual growth in employment and aggregate wages three years after the closure than counties without hospital closures.
'During the closure, motorists from Jalan Kuala Selangor heading to Kepong will be diverted to the left ramp (towards Sierramas) before joining Jalan Kuala Selangor (Kepong-bound) to continue heading to Kepong,' the statement read.
Comar, a designer and manufacturer of healthcare packaging products, introduces the new SecureCap[R] QuarterLoc[TM] child-resistant closure, a one-piece push-and-turn bottle closure that requires only a quarter turn to apply or remove.
Advances for threaded plastic caps and closures will be affected to some extent by competition from value-added closure dispensing and child-resistant closures.
Through NOMS, HE asset managers are able to share road closure events with local authorities and the traveling public across the United Kingdom, as well as visualize, for the first time, all planned road closures on a single map.
Northumberland has been the hardest hit, with 15 closures in its towns and villages, but there have also been 11 branch closures in Newcastle and 10 in different parts of Gateshead.
All quick-opening closures need to be properly maintained to extend the service life.
US demand for caps and closures is projected to increase 4.4 percent annually to $10.4 billion in 2016, reaching 280 billion units.
The department had previously planned six four-day full closures of the tunnel between May and September in 2012, as well as nighttime and one-lane closures.