to close out

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  • In game six the Red Wings looked to close out the series.
  • Immediately following this a mini tour of the east coast was announced to close out the year.
  • I'm going to begin now to close out her business, but it will take two or three days. Cited from Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Keeping Store, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Vessel must be sold to close out an estate. Cited from Captain Scraggs, by Peter B. Kyne
  • She will appear in enough episodes to close out her character's storylines.
  • The track remains the band's signature song and is still played live to close out their shows.
  • Four straight losses followed to close out the season.
  • Both practices are based on the same general concept - to close out the old month and enter the new month fresh.
  • They prefer to close out positions at the end of the trading day.
  • It was an outstanding way to close out the year.
  • I was willing to close out the business even at a sacrifice, and this I did. Cited from A Ball Player's Career, by Adrian C. Anson
  • As in Canada, he was at last able to close out all but those who could play the game of the hour. Cited from The Masques of Ottawa, by Domino [AKA: Augustus Bridle]
  • He ran in two more races with Tagsby to close out the season.
  • I think this chapter to close out the book was very appropriate and really went over the main points of the book.
  • They returned briefly to Switzerland to close out their apartment and returned to California.
  • The win gives Arkansas another seven-game winning streak to close out March.
  • It is the song used by Strait to close out his performances.
  • Diaby made three more appearances as a substitute to close out the season.
  • The team would lose the semi final to Brock to close out the season in third place.
  • I think the way we are looking at this weekend is we want to close out the season the absolute best we can.
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