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Complete

In the context of general equities, to fill an order.

Complete

1. See: Fill.

2. To finish a project. For example, one completes a construction project when all buildings are finished and there is no further work to do. See also: Physical completion.
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He was followed by a sulky agricultural youth in top-boots--and then, the complement of passengers on our seat behind the coachman was complete.
What the photographs failed to tell me, my friend was so kind as to complete from the resources of her own experience.
Watching the two young people with keen powers of observation, necessarily concentrated on them by the complete seclusion of her life, the invalid lady discovered signs of roused sensibility in Miss Haldane, when Arthur was present, which had never yet shown themselves in her social relations with other admirers eager to pay their addresses to her.
Excepting certain instances, in which the morsels of the torn paper had been irretrievably lost--and in which it had been necessary to complete the sense in harmony with the writer's intention--the whole letter had been put together; and the promised copy of it was forwarded to me in Paris.
Under all these sovereigns (to complete our summary of the movement) the more radical Protestants, Puritans as they came to be called, were active in agitation, undeterred by frequent cruel persecution and largely influenced by the corresponding sects in Germany and by the Presbyterianism established by Calvin in Geneva and later by John Knox in Scotland.
In especial, there is complete religious toleration, except for atheism, and except for those who urge their opinions with offensive violence.
There followed several long years of breathless suspense; then in 1588 the Armada sailed and was utterly overwhelmed in one of the most complete disasters of the world's history.
This completes the list of important translations down to those of 1611 and
Her complete ownership of him was a continual joy to her.
Vronsky, meanwhile, in spite of the complete realization of what he had so long desired, was not perfectly happy.
In the meanwhile she would be glad to know, before beginning the final chapters of her narrative, whether she may be permitted to make her humble contribution complete, by availing herself of the light which later discoveries have thrown on the mystery of the Moonstone.
solemnly pledges herself to send back the complete series of her Extracts to Mr.