What is closed in?

  • (adj): Blocked against entry.
    Synonyms: closed

Some articles on closed in, closed:

Ottoman Bank - Branch Activities
1856 London, Istanbul-Galata, Symirna, Galaţi (closed in 1866), Beyrouth (closed in 1921) 1861 Bucarest (closed in 1866) 1862 Salonika, Aydin, Afyon Carahissar (closed in 1880), Manisa, Larnaca 1865 Isparta. 1906 Xanthi (closed in 1914), Erzurum, Giresun, Kutahya, Gaziantep, Silifke (closed in 1907), Famagusta, Haifa, Tripoli (Libya) (closed in 1912) 1907 Adapazari, Mosul, Minieh 1908. 1912 Bolu, Urfa, Sandıklı, Söke, Djeddah (closed in 1916) 1913 Iskenderun (closed in 1921) 1914 Canakkale, Zahleh (closed in 1921) 1916 Marseille 1918 Paphos 1919 Hamah ...
Yering Railway Station
... Yering is a closed railway station, located up from Macintyre Lane, Yering, Victoria, Australia, on the now-closed Healesville greater-metropolitan line ... The station was closed in 1980, however the line was not officially closed until 10 March 1983 ... Closed station navigation Healesville line ← Previous station Coldstream
Liverpool And Manchester Railway - Stations
... Green Roby Huyton Whiston Rainhill Lea Green (closed in 1955 and re-opened with a completely new station in 2000) St Helens Junction (opened between 1833 and 1837 junction ...
Banbury - Industry and Commerce
... The various Alcan facilities on the 53-acre site closed between 2006 and 2007 ... The laboratory was also closed in 2004 and demolished in 2009 ... Hella Manufacturing, a vehicle Electronics firm, closed its factory on the Southam Road in the mid 2000s (decade) ...

Famous quotes containing the words closed in and/or closed:

    We are closed in, and the key is turned
    On our uncertainty;
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    Pray but one prayer for me ‘twixt thy closed lips,
    Think but one thought of me up in the stars.
    William Morris (1834–1896)

    Had I made capital on my prettiness, I should have closed the doors of public employment to women for many a year, by the very means which now makes them weak, underpaid competitors in the great workshop of the world.
    Jane Grey Swisshelm (1815–1884)