Closing may refer to:

  • The closing of a letter or e-mail: see Valediction or Complimentary close
  • The termination or closure of a business
  • Closing (real estate), the final step in executing a real estate transaction
  • Closing (sales), making a sale
  • Closing (law), a closing argument, a summation
  • Closing (morphology), in image processing
  • Finalize (optical discs), the optional last step in the authoring process
  • Closing a song by Enter Shikari from the album Take to the Skies

Other articles related to "closing":

Le Cordon Bleu Institute Of Culinary Arts In Pittsburgh - Closing
... would no longer be accepting students, as the school is to be closing ... The closing was the result of a combination of events, including the end of the school's lease and political pressure by the Obama administration and Senate Democrats on Career Education Corporation as a for-profit ...
Motion Picture Credits - Closing Credits
... Closing credits, in a television program, motion picture, or video game come at the end of a show and list all the cast and crew involved in the production ... omit the names of orchestra members from the closing credits, instead citing the name of the orchestra and sometimes not even that ...
List Of Soul Eater Episodes
... Six pieces of theme music were used for the original broadcasting two opening themes and four closing themes ... The first closing theme is "I Wanna Be" by Stance Punks for the first 13 episodes and the final episode the second closing theme is "Style" by Kana Nishino for episodes 14 through 26 the ... Show features two additional opening and closing themes ...

Famous quotes containing the word closing:

    We got to start thinking beyond our guns. These days are closing fast.
    Walon Green, U.S. screenwriter, and Sam Peckinpaugh (b. 1925)

    From Harmony, from heavenly Harmony
    This universal Frame began:
    From Harmony to Harmony
    Through all the Compass of the Notes it ran,
    The Diapason closing full in Man.
    John Dryden (1631–1700)

    At closing time would go
    In waders and peaked cap
    Into the showery dark,
    A dole-kept breadwinner
    But a natural for work.
    Seamus Heaney (b. 1939)