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Closure or clausure may refer to:


  • Physical 1
  • Conceptual 2
    • Philosophy 2.1
    • Psychology 2.2
    • Law 2.3
    • Computer science 2.4
    • Mathematics 2.5
    • Sociology 2.6
    • Other uses 2.7
  • Names 3
    • Film and television 3.1
    • Music 3.2
    • Games 3.3
  • See also 4






  • Closure (business), the process by which an organization ceases operations
  • Closure, also known as cloture, is a motion in parliamentary procedure to bring debate to a quick end

Computer science



Other uses


Film and television



See also

  • Clozure, an implementation of Common Lisp
  • Clojure, a dialect of Lisp symbiotic with the Java platform
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