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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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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.
In the morning, some more skins were brought in, and continued to come, one and two at a time, throughout the day, until but a few were wanting to make the number complete.
He felt at ease in the midst of the most complete privations; in fine, he was the very type of the thoroughly accomplished explorer whose stomach expands or contracts at will; whose limbs grow longer or shorter according to the resting-place that each stage of a journey may bring; who can fall asleep at any hour of the day or awake at any hour of the night.
There is no one, not even the hermetics, who does not find in the symbols of the grand portal a satisfactory compendium of their science, of which the Church of Saint-Jacques de la Boucherie was so complete a hieroglyph.
So before an hour had passed old Larry was standing complete before them.
Would it be wise now to make my transformation complete, by adding to the apron a velveteen jacket and a sealskin cap?
My life, in this earthly paradise, will be only complete when I hear from my darling Emily.
If you get your answer from his tongue, instead of his boot, the case is cleared up--unless I have made a complete mess of it.
The only exception to the complete re-organization of the interior was at one extremity of the edifice, on the first and second floors.
In a fortnight more, at the longest, we shall, I hope, send you a copy of the letter, complete from the first line to the last.
To such they answered, "Go into your dining-room, and walk round the table in such a way as to always keep your face turned toward the center; by the time you will have achieved one complete round you will have completed one turn around yourself, since your eye will have traversed successively every point of the room.
They do not make the whole three-sided pyramidal base of any one cell at the same time, but only the one rhombic plate which stands on the extreme growing margin, or the two plates, as the case may be; and they never complete the upper edges of the rhombic plates, until the hexagonal walls are commenced.