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  • apply the closure — index close (terminate) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • closure — noun 1》 an act or process of closing. 2》 a device that closes or seals something. 3》 (in a legislative assembly) a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote. 4》 a feeling that an emotional or traumatic experience has been resolved. verb… …   English new terms dictionary

  • closure — n. & v. n. 1 the act or process of closing. 2 a closed condition. 3 something that closes or seals, e.g. a cap or tie. 4 a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote, esp. in Parliament. v.tr. apply the closure to (a motion, speakers, etc.) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Closure with a twist — is a property of subsets of an algebraic structure. A subset Y of an algebraic structure X is said to exhibit closure with a twist if for every two elements there exists an automorphism ϕ of X and an element such that …   Wikipedia

  • Closure operator — In mathematics, a closure operator on a set S is a function cl: P(S) → P(S) from the power set of S to itself which satisfies the following conditions for all sets X,Y ⊆ S. X ⊆ cl(X) (cl is extensive) X ⊆ Y implies cl(X) ⊆ cl(Y)   (cl… …   Wikipedia

  • 14 (number) — ← 13 15 → 14 ← 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 …   Wikipedia

  • close — 1 vb closed, clos·ing vt 1: to bring to an end or to a state of completion closed the case close an estate by liquidating its assets closing his account 2: to con …   Law dictionary

  • Comparability graph — In graph theory, a comparability graph is an undirected graph that connects pairs of elements that are comparable to each other in a partial order. Comparability graphs have also been called transitively orientable graphs, partially orderable… …   Wikipedia

  • dating — I In geology and archaeology, the process of determining an object s or event s place within a chronological scheme. Scientists may use either relative dating, in which items are sequenced on the basis of stratigraphic clues (see stratigraphy) or …   Universalium

  • complete — I (all embracing) adjective absolute all, all comprehending, all comprehensive, all covering, all inclusive, all pervading, all sufficing, blanket, broad based, capacious, comprehensive, consummate, developed, encyclopedic, entire, exhaustive,… …   Law dictionary


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