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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.
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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 century is coming to a close next year and it is all different now than it was in 1923 when the New York Yankees began their mythical legacy of World Series championships behind a rambunctious fellow named Babe Ruth.