He texted Baroni on the second day of the closures, saying “My frustration is now trying to figure out who is mad at me.”
These closures, by contrast, were sudden and came with little warning to local authorities and the police.
Mergers, takeovers and, yes, forthcoming bankruptcies and closures.
late 14c., "a barrier, a fence," from Old French closure "enclosure; that which encloses, fastening, hedge, wall, fence," also closture "barrier, division; enclosure, hedge, fence, wall" (12c., Modern French clôture), from Late Latin clausura "lock, fortress, a closing" (source of Italian chiusura), from past participle stem of Latin claudere "to close" (see close (v.)). Sense of "act of closing, bringing to a close" is from early 15c. In legislation, especially "closing or stopping of debate." Sense of "tendency to create ordered and satisfying wholes" is 1924, from Gestalt psychology.