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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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Many of the tools used for assessing these risks are also excellent data-collection tools for completing and updating the MDS.
* Completing the self-study or group orientation to the specific craft instructor materials and submit the appropriate verification form to the local Health & Safety Administrator.
Most agency directors were accustomed to working with students completing a specific number of direct-service hours.
Completing either training or educational courses online is a challenging way to earn college credits.
In completing welfare plan returns or to determine whether a filing is required, employers must count employees eligible to receive benefits but need not count dependents.
Nationally, nearly 95 percent of the juveniles accepted into Teen Court complete the program and do not re-offend within a 12-month period.(2) Bay County's figures mirror the national success rate with more than 90 percent of juveniles referred completing the program and less than 10 percent of defendants re-offending within the 12-month, postcompletion tracking period.(3)
Consequently, successfully completing the course is an important first step to obtaining a college degree.
The company also enhanced its image as one of the nation's premiere construction management companies completing projects for such high-profile clients as Nordstrom, Washington Mutual, London Jewelers, and Best Buy.
A subsample of Latinas who are on the transfer path, however, are enrolling and completing transfer-level courses at the same rates as Caucasians.
In addition to these projects, Meltzer/Mandl is completing work on four additional buildings that were not part of the Washington Square Southeast Redevelopment Project: the NYU Art Gallery at 80 Washington Square East, 285 Mercer Street, 55 East 10th Street and 111 Second Avenue.
Presently, there is a cohort of 12 students who reside in the outlying areas around Sacramento who are in the process of completing several of the SJSU Deaf Education requirements at the CSU Sacramento campus.
There are six major reasons for not completing a project, as follows: