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1) He played the ball back close to the net.
2) The church is close to the school.
3) The campsite is close to all local amenities.
4) Is Shinjuku close to here?
5) I'm very close to my wife.
6) His house is close to mine.
7) I live close to the shops.
8) One woman, close to hysteria, grabbed my arm.
9) Am I close to Shinjuku?
10) We live close to the railway line.
11) The hotel is delightfully situated close to the waterfront.
12) The prison is close to anarchy.
13) The children pressed close to their mother.
14) People huddled up close to each other.
15) Could we have a table close to the band?
16) Her comment was uncomfortably close to the truth.
17) The new shopping center is close to the railway station.
18) In 1999 it was revealed that he was close to bankruptcy.
19) The raft came close to the rocks and then sheered away.
20) Lille is close to the frontier between France and Belgium.
21) The company's sales are now close to saturation in many western countries.
22) Good friends are like bras;snug,(http://sentencedict.com/close to.html)supportive and always close to the heart!
23) Camp sites are usually situated along the coast, close to beaches.
24) Was he trying to put me off the scent because I had come too close to the truth?
25) We have had meaningful negotiations and I believe we are very close to a deal.
26) I'm very much a family man and need to be close to those I love.
27) Weekends are like rainbows. They look good from a distance but disappear when you get up close to them.
28) With great difficulty, the fisherman manoeuvred his small craft close to the reef.
29) Some of your comments about her appearance were a bit close to the bone.
30) All other anxieties paled beside the terrible fact of the fire coming close to the village.
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