close the curtain

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'Well, close the curtains, Nelly,' she said; 'and bring up tea.
Summary: Jeddah Season prepares to close the curtain on its first edition with star-studded line up
The Renfrew ace (left), 35, has decided to close the curtain on a stellar career which has taken in three spells in Glasgow, as well as stints with clubs in Italy, Spain, Greece and Bulgaria.
KUWAIT, Jan 30 (KUNA) -- Under the auspices of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the closing ceremony for the Gulf sea heritage festival was held late Monday to close the curtain on the eighth edition of the maritime spectacle.
Marking a new milestone, leading developer Nakheel on Monday declared itself totally debt-free following full payment of a Dh4.4 billion Islamic bond to close the curtain on a five-year $16 billion restructuring saga.
PREMIER Division champions Blyth Town close the curtain on a third successive championship season with a visit to Killingworth Town.
'Course, you can't close the curtain if the snap fastener studs and hook-and-pile tape are missing or damaged.
Shigeo Iizuka, 67, whose sister Yaeko Taguchi was taken to North Korea in 1978 at age 22, said, ''I hope (the Japanese government) will not just abandon the abduction issue or make the talks a stage for North Korea to buy time or close the curtain'' on the abduction issue.
They had to stop the show and close the curtain so that they could drag me off the stage." The Hebrew Hammer's ideas to the contrary, this is no work for softies.
"I am going to close the curtain on the joke that is the Audley Harrison show."
He made students close the curtain before sending the teacher and all but four students out of the room, then called police himself.