to close its doors

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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.
  • This final blow forced the hotel to close its doors.
  • The institution is due to close its doors for disputes about its funding.
  • 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.
  • However, the financial situation did not improve and was forced to close its doors 1933.
  • 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
  • The problems caused by the incident caused RevX to close its doors.
  • Queen's College fell into financial trouble and was forced to close its doors in 1816.
  • At the end of the season, the team's mounting financial difficulties forced the team to close its doors.
  • He was found dead when the elevator failed to close its doors at floor 1.
  • The bank was forced to close its doors early in 1930.
  • The Exchange in consequence had to close its doors. Cited from Recent Developments in European Thought, by Various
  • A china factory, about to close its doors, made a fortune out of manufacturing jars for it. Cited from The Curly-Haired Hen, by Auguste Vimar
  • A lack of sponsorship forced AP to close its doors at the end of season.
  • St. Augustine High School had to close its doors for the first time since its inception.
  • Recording was cut short due to the Pound having to close its doors as the result of a lack of permits.
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