We have been having a new roof put on our house. The man who is doing it enjoys his job and can talk for ages about what he's doing each day. He's almost finished now though, as he told my husband this morning. 'Yeah mate, it'll be good for you to have closure', he said. Where did he pick up that word 'closure'? It seems to me to come straight from the world of therapy, but he doesn't seem at all the kind of person to have done any therapy. Perhaps, though, he just means 'closure', as in the hole in the roof will finally be closed?