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  • 1Close to Home (1989 TV series) — Close to Home Genre Sitcom Created by Brian Cooke Directed by Nic Phillips (1989) Ian Hamilton (1989–90) Alistair Clarke (credited as Alistair Clark 1990) Starring …

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  • 2Couple-close — Cou ple close (k[u^]p l*kl[=o]s ), n.; pl. {Couple closes} (k[u^]p l*kl[=o] s[e^]z). 1. (Her.) A diminutive of the chevron, containing one fourth of its surface. Couple closes are generally borne one on each side of a chevron, and the blazoning… …

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  • 3Couple-closes — Couple close Cou ple close (k[u^]p l*kl[=o]s ), n.; pl. {Couple closes} (k[u^]p l*kl[=o] s[e^]z). 1. (Her.) A diminutive of the chevron, containing one fourth of its surface. Couple closes are generally borne one on each side of a chevron, and… …

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  • 4Couple — Cou ple (k[u^]p l), n. [F. couple, fr. L. copula a bond, band; co + apere, aptum, to join. See {Art}, a., and cf. {Copula}.] 1. That which joins or links two things together; a bond or tie; a coupler. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] It is in some sort with …

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  • 5Close to You (The Carpenters album) — Close to You Studio album by The Carpenters Released August 19, 1970 …

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  • 6Close to Seven — Studio album by Sandra Released 2 February 1992 …

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  • 7close — [adj1] near, nearby abutting, across the street, adjacent, adjoining, approaching, around the corner, at hand, contiguous, convenient, give or take a little*, handy, hard by, immediate, imminent, impending, in spitting distance*, in the ball… …

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  • 8couple — coupleable, adj. /kup euhl/, n., v., coupled, coupling. n. 1. two of the same sort considered together; pair. 2. two persons considered as joined together, as a married or engaged pair, lovers, or dance partners: They make a handsome couple. 3.… …

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  • 9couple — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, pair, bond, from Anglo French cuple, from Latin copula bond, from co + apere to fasten more at apt Date: 13th century 1. a. two persons married, engaged, or otherwise romantically paired b. two persons paired… …

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  • 10couple — cou•ple [[t]ˈkʌp əl[/t]] n. v. pled, pling 1) a combination of two of a kind; pair 2) a grouping of two persons, as a married or engaged pair, lovers, or dance partners 3) any two persons considered together 4) a small number; few: We met a… …

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  • 11close — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. compact, dense, firm; stifling, oppressive, muggy, stale, stuffy; stingy, tight fisted, niggardly; taut; confining, constrictive; near, intimate; secretive, reticent, reserved; approximate. See… …

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  • 12couple-close — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|klōs noun ( s) Etymology: couple (II) + close 1. heraldry : a cotise paralleling a chevron 2. : a pair of rafters framed together with a tie fixed at their feet or with a collar beam …

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  • 13Close to Eden — Urga Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov Produced by Michel Seydoux Jean Louis Piel René Cleitman …

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  • 14couple-close — /kup euhl klohs /, n. 1. Heraldry. a narrow chevron, one quarter the usual breadth. 2. Carpentry. couple (def. 6). [1565 75] * * * …

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  • 15couple-close — noun /ˈkʌp.əlˌkləʊs,ˈkʌp.əlˌkloʊs/ A diminutive of the chevron, always borne in closely placed pairs. Syn: chevronel …

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  • 16galvanic couple — Couple Cou ple (k[u^]p l), n. [F. couple, fr. L. copula a bond, band; co + apere, aptum, to join. See {Art}, a., and cf. {Copula}.] 1. That which joins or links two things together; a bond or tie; a coupler. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] It is in some… …

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  • 17voltaic couple — Couple Cou ple (k[u^]p l), n. [F. couple, fr. L. copula a bond, band; co + apere, aptum, to join. See {Art}, a., and cf. {Copula}.] 1. That which joins or links two things together; a bond or tie; a coupler. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] It is in some… …

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  • 18Brian Close — This article is about the footballer and cricketer. For the footballer born 1982, see Brian Close (footballer). Brian Close Personal information Full name Dennis Brian Close Born 24 February 1931 (1931 02 24) (age 80) Rawdon, West Yorkshire …

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  • 19Glenn Close — Close at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival Born March 19, 1947 (1947 03 19) (age 64)[1] …

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  • 20Chuck Close — Mark (1978–1979), acrylic on canvas. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York. Detail at right of eye. Mark, a painting that took fourteen months to complete, was constructed from a series of airbrushed layers that imitated CMYK color… …

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