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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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For Eliot, striving for the completest knowledge was an ideal that the novel could help to promote.
13) "[T]here are three main grounds on which our educational system rests: first, the right of every man to the completest education the nation can give him on his own account, as necessary to his enjoyment of himself; second, the right of his fellow-citizens to have him educated, as necessary to their enjoyment of his society; third, the right of the unborn to be guaranteed an intelligent and refined parentage".
Only "Entropy," a story (loosely) about a weekend-long lease-breaking party (and physics) that has been anthologized several times over the years, would be familiar to all but the Pynchon completest.
4) Like them, she has found her "affable archangel" and is looking eagerly forward to acquiring "the completest knowledge" to gaining a sense of the meaning of the whole (3.
I should be lacking in candour if I did not state my conviction that the only basis of educational policy worthy of a civilised nation is one which accepts as its objective, unpopular though such a view is in England, the establishment of the completest possible educational equality and that it is the duty of such educationalists as agree with that view to make it clear by definite, explicit and repeated statements that that and nothing less is what they mean.
I've always loved this poem/song because of the tremendous insight it gives, from the perspective of one who has suffered grievously, on how to wreak the completest revenge on one's oppressor.
Stettheimer "carries the art of painting to its completest power in
Extremes meet in the personnel of the group that gets completest service, for among these happy patients are both the very rich and the very poor.
His great passion seemed to be to make the largest and completest man possible.
He counted the costs to the religious experience too great to subject it to a scientific study that would replace "private and personal phenomena," which are "realities in the completest sense of the word" with the "hollow," "abstract" generalities of science that "deal only with the symbols of reality" (p.