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  • As a result, the center may be forced to close its doors.
  • Her library was ultimately forced to close its doors, but its influence remains. Cited from Library Work with Children, by Alice I. Hazeltine
  • Competition from television caused the theatre to close its doors in the late 1960s.
  • The church faced the real possibility of having to close its doors.
  • Soon after its launch a government notification forced it to close its operations.
  • Congress was about to close its session, and, therefore, there was no action taken upon this report. Cited from Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880, by George Washington Williams
  • On, the motion to close its business was accepted.
  • This final blow forced the hotel to close its doors.
  • The institution is due to close its doors for disputes about its funding.
  • He had been employed at Universal Studios when the studio decided to close its animal facility.
  • Due to financial instability during the early years, there was a time when the school was forced to close its operation.
  • Conversely, no state which can support additional people, has a right to close its immigration doors without reason.
  • But, because of the oral approach this school had to close its doors in the 1970s.
  • In 1938, the library was almost forced to close its doors for lack of financial support.
  • The defence may elect to close its case without calling the accused or any witnesses.
  • However, the financial situation did not improve and was forced to close its doors 1933.
  • The school had to close its gates at night to keep wandering cows out.
  • For some reason, however, it did not prove a success, and after a few years was compelled to close its doors. Cited from The Opera, by R.A. Streatfeild
  • However, that year the Federal government stopped funding and the Council had to close its offices and lay off its staff.
  • The problems caused by the incident caused RevX to close its doors.
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