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come to a close

To reach an end point. If there are no other issues to discuss, then this meeting can come to a close. The play's lengthy run on Broadway comes to a close tonight.
See also: close, come

bring something to a close

 and bring something to an end; bring something to a climax
to end something; to cause something to reach its final point and stop. I think it is time to bring this matter to a close. The incident has been brought to a climax.
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come to a close

 and come to an end; come to a climax
to end; to progress to an ending. The celebration came to an end about midnight.
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The two climaxes, one dialect-dominated and one exclusively "standard," also echo the call-and-response dynamic.
Harper's two climaxes could be read as parallel experiences and, in a sense, parallel prophecies.
MY boyfriend climaxes so quickly that I can't enjoy sex.
Medical psychologist Manfred Schedlowski who is also involved in the research confirmed that the climaxes were also of a better quality.
Even sex manuals disagree over whether a multiple orgasm means that a woman climaxes more than once in a session - or has a series of contractions, over and again, that make up a single but many-layered orgasm.
When she peaks any time between a minute before to 45 minutes after her lover climaxes, she keeps much more sperm inside than she would without orgasm.