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1 The score was close in the final match.
2 The days close in as autumn becomes deeper.
3 The polls will close in an hour.
4 Open a window it's very close in here.
5 The enemy began to close in.
6 Germany ran Argentina very close in the final.
7 Can I open the window? It's very close in here.
8 I don't want to hurry you but we close in twenty minutes.
9 The youngest boys are so close in age they look like twins.
10 It's very close in here. Would you mind opening the window?
11 As autumn advances the days close in and the hours of light become fewer and fewer.
12 The deal is expected to close in June.
13 Nevertheless, the 1841 census is a useful source,(www.Sentencedict.com) close in date to the start of civil registration.
14 The dime stores will close in phases by September 1998.
15 He went close in an international invitation meeting in Dijon on Saturday, but missed out by an agonising 0.12 secs.
16 As they close in on the prey, they thrust their talons forward and the mighty claws take over.
17 The females close in on him, led by some old lady dolphin who has obviously had much practice at settling sharks.
18 As they are about to close in upon us they are met by a volley.
19 So far Gramm has been unable to close in on Dole in the public opinion polls.
20 The merger, which is expected to close in the first quarter of 1998, is still subject to regulatory approval.
21 Although his forecasts have been close in the past, this is his best showing.
22 If Jarman comes dangerously close in the last to propagating the politics of ennui, his visual imagery is anything but predictable.
23 These watercolours are actually very close in conception to the heavenly scenes of her decorations.
24 As you close in on the microvilli, they begin to tower over you like giant pillars.
25 My brother's wife and I both had babies around the same time, so the cousins are very close in age.
26 They ran away when the enemy army began to close in.
27 The cutters were then ordered by a signal flashed from the clifftops to close in at top speed.
28 Police blamed the crash on drivers going too fast and too close in freezing fog.
29 The Ministry of Defence announced today that it will close in 20 months time as part of cutbacks in defence spending.
30 For that reason, the training encourages officers to either close in tighter on a combative suspect or move out of range.