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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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com, Completely Bare is successful both through e-commerce and in-store.
According to breakup, 12,961 houses have been damaged completely and 6,151 partially in Mashkai.
If the launcher is not completely in stow, movement putts too much stress on it and the lift motor assembly wears out faster.
But the Prime Minister said: "I think she writes great books, but I think what she's said about Kate Middleton is completely misguided and completely wrong.
13-16, 2007, poll asked those who are employed full- or part-time if they are completely satisfied, somewhat satisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, or completely dissatisfied with 13 aspects of their jobs.
Working as quickly as possible, scoop 1/2 of EACH of lemon, mango and raspberry sorbets into the frozen bowl and, using a large spoon, scrape or spread the sorbets up the sides of the bowl, completely covering the inside of it.
As the runner system became completely full, the multi-directional flow equalized and became unidirectional toward the ingate.
On two sides it has a civic role in addressing the University and city beyond; on the other two a completely different, almost picturesque, role in settling into an important mature landscape.
The film in question was a completely independent production which no studio would touch that went on to reap the third biggest box office receipts of 2004.
It follows a good rule of keeping it simple, with a single percentage describing the relative exposure to changing interest rates--with 100 percent being completely fixed and not exposed to rising rates, and zero percent being completely floating and perhaps enjoying the benefits of low interest expense.
The Verizon building, on the other hand, will be nearly completely empty when its current owner vacates and will require a major campaign and investment of capital to lease it up and build out its spaces.
If it supports the bottom of your breasts, breasts fill cups completely and straps stay in place?

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