You could ask her if she has any more questions she needs from you, and if not, you could close by saying something like, "I look forward to hearing from you when you're ready to make an offer." That's kind of an aggressive thing to say but if you say it politely it may come off as someone who is confident in their skills. Or you could tone it down and just say, "I look forward to hearing from you when you make your decision." If she seems to be interested in talking with you on a social basis -- it wouldn't be the first time such a thing has happened! – politely steer the conversation back to the job interview's next steps.
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