A finisher; that which finishes or terminates.
The last stone in a horizontal course, if of a less size than the others, or a piece of brick finishing a course.
The last masonry unit laid in a course. It may be whole or a portion of the whole.
A police interrogator who specializes in finishing an interrogation and getting a confession
the last trick or routine performed in an act or at a single seating
(baseball) a relief pitcher who can protect a lead in the last inning or two of the game
Relief pitcher who specialises in pitching the last few outs of a game. General used to hold a lead in the late innings of a game.
A team's relief pitcher who finishes the game.
n. A game with very simple rules and strategies that does not require deep thought and can be used at the end of a gaming session, when everyone’s brain is worn out. (See also light)
The 'closer' usually pitches the last inning of a game in which his team has the lead. He earns the most saves on the team, and needs to be the most reliable reliever. Complete Game A complete game is awarded when the starting pitcher pitches an entire game.
The last masonry unit laid in a course. It may be whole or a portion of a unit.
The last masonry unit or portion of a unit laid in a course.
In baseball, a closer is a relief pitcher who specializes in closing games, i.e., getting the final outs in a close game. Since closers appear frequently when a game is on the line, the role usually goes to a team's best reliever.