Closure

All round closure or seal is necessary, over the top and down the gradients on the sides of a potential reservoir, before it can trap or retain hydrocarbons. Closure may be partly due to an impermeable fault, or structural as in an anticline, or may be due to a stratigraphic trapping.

Closure

[atmospheric science] A closure experiment in atmospheric science is a combination of different measurement techniques to describe the current state of the investigated system as fully as possible, and to find inaccuracies in one or some of the methods involved. The comparison of different types of measurement often involves model calculati...
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Closure

[video game] Microsoft Windows & Mac September 7, 2012 Linux December 19, 2012 |genre=Puzzle/Platformer |modes=Single-player |ratings= |platforms=Mac, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Network, Linux |media= |requirements= }} Closure is an independent video game developed by programmer Tyler Glaiel and artist Jon Schubbe with music and sound b...
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Closure

[business] Closure is the term used to refer to the actions necessary when it is no longer necessary or possible for a business or other organization to continue to operate. Closure may be the result of a bankruptcy, where the organization lacks sufficient funds to continue operations, as a result of the proprietor of the business dying, as...
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Closure

The procedure a landfill operator must follow when a landfill reaches its legal capacity for solid ceasing acceptance of solid waste and placing a cap on the landfill site.
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closure

[Noun] Shutting down.
Example: The closure of the factory was announced due to falling orders.
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closure

1) in Gestalt psychology the term refers to the way that we fill in gaps where there is missing information in a stimulus. 2) in the analysis of texts, the term refers to ideological closure, which means the strategies used in the text to lead the reader to make sense of the text according to a particular ideological framework. The idea of ideologi...
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closure

[n] - a rule for ending debate in a deliberative body 2. [n] - termination of operations 3. [v] - terminate debate by calling for a vote
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closure

Method of bringing a question under discussion to an immediate decision in Parliamentary procedure. It was introduced in 1881 by William Gladstone to combat the obstructive tactics of the Irish...
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closure

A mathmatical term which says that if you operated on any two real numbers A and B with +,-,* or /, you get a real number
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closure

A mathmatical term which says that if you operated on any two real numbers A and B with +,-,* or /, you get a real number
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Closure

Clo'sure noun [ Of. closure, Latin clausura , from clauedere to shut. See Close , transitive verb ] 1. The act of shutting; a closing; as, the closure of a chink. 2. That which closes or shuts; that by which separate parts are faste...
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closure

1. The completion of a reflex pathway. ... 2. The place of coupling between stimuli in the establishment of conditioned learning. ... 3. To achieve or experience a sense of completion in a mental task. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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closure

law of closure noun a Gestalt principle of organization holding that there is an innate tendency to perceive incomplete objects as complete and to close or fill gaps and to perceive asymmetric stimuli as symmetric
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closure

(klo´zhәr) occlusion. obstruction. delayed primary closure the surgical closing of a wound several days after the injury because the wound was initially too contaminated to close; called also healing by third intention. Vacuum Assisted Closure(V...
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Closure

• (v. t.) A method of putting an end to debate and securing an immediate vote upon a measure before a legislative body. It is similar in effect to the previous question. It was first introduced into the British House of Commons in 1882. The French word cloture was originally applied to this proceeding. • (v. t.) That which incloses or con...
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closure

(from the article `formal logic`) ...is free. In the wffs of a lower predicate calculus, every occurrence of a predicate variable (, , , . . . ) is free. A wff containing no free ... ...that contains precisely two free individual variables. By prefixing to two appropriate quantifiers and possibly one or more negation signs, it is ... ...
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closure

(from the article `packaging`) ...product use, and the expense of package production. When the product handled is food, packaging must be designed to retard spoilage and prevent ...
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closure

(from the article `perception`) The principle of closure often operates in the service of Prägnanz; for example, a circular figure with small gaps in it will be seen as a complete ... Closure (a term used in Gestalt psychology) is the illusion of seeing an incomplete stimulus as though it were whole. Thus, one unconsciously tends ....
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Closure

See macroeconomic closure.
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Closure

[wine bottle] Closure is a term used in the wine industry to refer to a stopper, the object used to seal a bottle and avoid harmful contact between the wine and oxygen. They include: The choice of closure depends on issues such as the risk of cork taint, oxygen permeability and desired life of the wine. Another factor is consumer reaction, ...
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Closure

Any mechanical part which seals a port or chamber.
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closure

Type: Term Pronunciation: klō′zhŭr Definitions: 1. The completion of a reflex pathway. 2. The place of coupling between stimuli in the establishment of conditioned learning. 3. To achieve or experience a sense of completion in a mental task. 4. Bringing together the margins of a wound.
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Closure

Relative velocity of one aircraft in relation to another.
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Closure

[Chevelle song] `Closure` is the third and last single from alternative metal band Chevelle`s second album Wonder What`s Next. It features a dark, melodic verse that carries into a similarly melodic chorus ending in heavy guitar chords. The following verse continues with added aggression into the second chorus and heavy bridge. A music vide...
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