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Because we talking about, in this context, an event or milestone
rather than a verb, I'd go with closeout.
On 12/22/05, Kirk Turner <royj -at- alltel -dot- net> wrote:
> I'll spare you the preliminary apology for asking this question:
> Is *Project Close Out* or *Project Closeout* correct? I see both, and I
> have no style manual to settle this question. My dictionary doesn't
> help, and I decided it was time to appeal to a higher authority. On
> Goggle, Close Out gets 907M hits, and Closeout gets 24M. Does that mean
> that Project Close Out wins or that a billion people CAN be wrong?
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