Tie up loose ends - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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tie up (some/a few) loose ends
To take care of, finish, or resolve some issues or pieces of business that are not critical but have remained outstanding. I'm just about ready to move to Europe, but I need to tie up some loose ends with my ex-girlfriend before I go. The legal team is still tying up a few loose ends in the merger contract, but, other than that, we are ready to move ahead with the deal.
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He said Espinosa had to tie up loose ends
in his testimonies to 'make us convinced that his stories were true.
It's a further irritation for United, who are in their third week of trying to tie up loose ends
Ultimately, there is enough in "Dragonfly" for the compulsive reader to stay with the book to its conclusion - to tie up loose ends
He said Dayan is also the key to tie up loose ends
in the Bilibid drug transactions, complaints of which have been filed before the Department of Justice (DOJ).
The story is presented chronologically with appropriate flashbacks to tie up loose ends