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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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We believe that our improved positioning for completeness of vision in the Magic Quadrant showcases our efforts to provide the right solution on the right platform -- and our commitment that it will withstand the toughest challenges, guaranteed.
The OPCW and the international community really has the lead here on reviewing and verifying both the accuracy and also the completeness of Syria's declarations on its chemical weapons," State Department deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters.
Clinical diagnosis of completeness of medical abortion by nurses: a reliability study in Mozambique, Contraception, 2012, 86(1):74-78.
Evaluation Based on Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision
You accept that the mind can create beautiful metaphors, such as completeness and pattern to life, but you don't really put any faith in these metaphors.
The components are responsible for the other four assertions the auditors will be testing: completeness, ownership and rights, existence, and presentation and disclosure.
This industry research report, also available as a free download from the Hyland Software website, assesses the ECM vendors and their products' completeness, maturity and interoperability.
The word Shalom shares three letters with the word for completeness, shaleym.
This review examines web sites of New Zealand physiotherapy services against set completeness criteria and current ethical advertising guidelines produced by the New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists (NZSP).
By using this technology, the examiner can determine pharyngeal strength and contraction duration, the completeness of UES relaxation, and the coordination between the pharynx and UES during swallowing.
The study will focus on (1) the prompt investigation of disputed information, (2) the completeness of information reported to consumer reporting agencies, and (3) the prompt correction or deletion of any information that cannot be verified.
The primary subject matter of this case concerns implementation of a process designed to improve an existing mission statement in terms of completeness and quality.