They often stay open until the early morning hours, but then close up for another year.
You stay behind at work and agree to close up alone.
Our group closed up a little more, and came toward the car.
I think he means to let it close up on him.
They knew enough to close up with him and several other men.
If someone came over to him he'd close up the computer.
He turned his head to look at her, close up.
Close up, perhaps I can find out more about you.
Close up, I saw that she was beautiful and young.
I think we can close up this building and leave now.
More thought seems to have gone into the way the materials cover areas and are stitched together.
He went on to say, "The story was stitched together and never really had any momentum."
Looks like fresh blood here, at the spine, where they're stitched together.
We're not stitched together like the rest of the city, with communities right next to each other.
It's simply loosely stitched together to fit the table, more or less.
Because Brooks had been busy getting himself stitched back together.
The heart itself appears to have been carefully stitched together from fabric.
Finally, the three pieces are stitched together to make the Indian flag.
In the daylight, she could see how the original pieces were stitched together.
These would later be stitched together in the computer to make 360-degree panoramas.