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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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The first five above mentioned skills encompass a person's abilities to orient their body in space and perceive the relative position of objects (spatial relationships); discriminate between the features of different objects, such as position, colour and shape (visual discrimination); distinguish an object from surrounding or background objects (figure ground); identify a whole figure when only fragments of the figure are presented (visual closure); and recognise a stimulus item following a brief interval (visual memory).
It may be that the test of Gv here (Visual Closure) taps an aspect of (iv not important for IT performance.
531), Cohen and Rein (1992) separated the physical and cognitive elements of visual processing, noting that the integrity of the optical system affects input to the brain, and that cognitive perception is a process that includes form constancy, visual closure, figure ground analysis, visual sequencing, spatial relationships, visual memory, visual auditory integration and visual motor integration.