During filming, one close call almost killed to the project.
Whether Ferdydurke or Transatlantic is his masterpiece is a close call.
For the police in most countries, at most moments in history, it would not have been a close call: let him fly.
The close call forced Gerhartsreiter to quit his $100,000-a-year job and go underground.
[Applause] So let me ask, in your view, this was a close call.
It was a tough fight and a close call and old Jim was laid up in his cabin for many a day afterward.
The reaction to the close call might not come till hours later.
It was a close call, but the Federal Spy didn't lose his head in Richmond that night.
He'd had a close call, you see, and had what Garth called a change of heart.
Yes, agreed Bobby soberly as he gazed into the fire, it was a close call.
A very narrow avoidance or evasion of some danger; squeaker (1834+)