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  • Possibly it was several years later, during that war or at its close.
  • The position was highly regarded, for the value of its close-access to the king.
  • Her husband would have been there and gone, for the afternoon was well toward its close. Cited from Tess of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • The first verse is the most like a song, but its close to being spoken word.
  • World War II finally brought the era to its close.
  • Most residents are soldiers because of its close proximity to the camp.
  • The project has been noted for its close attention to architectural and historic detail.
  • Its close proximity to the line, however, caused the community to grow rapidly.
  • Despite its close distance to Mexico, no damage or deaths was reported.
  • All survived the war, and not one of them was at its close a distinguished commander in the field. Cited from Slavery and Four Years of War, Vol. 1-2, by Joseph Warren Keifer
  • The play was well received and at its close both authors were called upon to make their curtain call.
  • Its prosperity came from its close association with the royal household.
  • Its inhabitants are mostly farmers due to its close proximity to the fields.
  • The lighthouse did not keep records due to its close proximity to land.
  • As for myself, you see that I am finished: my life is nearing its close.
  • It takes its name from its close proximity to both a pine forest and the beach.
  • Due to its close proximity to the main island town there are very few local amenities.
  • However, much interest in this group is related to its close association with other members of Anaeromonadea.
  • After its close-down, the station returned at 8pm and continued until after midnight.
  • The band has performed at many bowl games due to its close association to the Mountaineer football team.
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