- Barriers with loopholes, previously erected in the deck of a vessel to shelter the men in a detailed wedding with an enemy's boarders; -- labeled as in addition close quarters.
- Nautical, bulkheads previously erected fore-and-aft in a ship the males to face behind in close engagement to be able to fire from the adversary. Also called close-quarters.
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- Variant for "close-fights"