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A closed curve is one that has no endpoints so that it completely encloses a certain area. A closed interval, which corresponds to a closed set, is an interval that includes its endpoints.
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The exchange that a particular security is traded on is closed.
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[album] Closed is the sixth full-length album by punk rock band Bomb Factory. It was released in December 2010 on Monstar Records, and contains 11 songs. ==Track listing== ...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closed_(album)
1) Blocked 2) Dark, on broadway 3) Drawn 4) Nonopening 5) Not doing business 6) Not open 7) Obstructed 8) One side of a store sign 9) Open.s opposite 10) Open's opposite 11) Out of business 12) Out of use 13) ...
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The term closed is used to denote that the wine is not showing its potential, which remains locked in because it is too young. Young wines often close up about 12-18 months after bottling, and depending on the vintage and storage conditions, remain in such a state for several years to more than a de...
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Describes a wine that has character and depth, but these qualities seem masked at a particular stage in its development.
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The term is used to describe wines that are the opposite of open. When a wine is closed, it does not allow the taster to experience the aromatics or flavors a wine has to offer. This happens most of the wine with young wines. Especially those from Bordeaux, which can experience a closed period befor...
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A wine that does not reveal much in the way of aroma or flavor, but does show promise with either more bottle age or time in the glass/decanter.
Found on http://www.supplewine.com/wine101/glossary/
An immature wine that does not reveal it's character; unreleased bouquet and flavour. Many fine wines go through a closed period when young.
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A wine lacking aroma. Usually used when there is an expectation that the wine will eventually present additional aromas upon aging.
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('closed or 'shut' clubface, closed stance') can apply to the alignment of the body/stance or clubfa
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