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- v. Present participle of complete.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. serving to complete.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. acting as or providing a complement (something that completes the whole)
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(The role of employment in 'completing' an education is ignored by CCS who seem to believe that a graduate should be 'ready baked').
There was no extra burden at all in completing that form.
My dream is that the school would allow the kids a little leniency in completing their homework since I kept them home a full week to keep them from infecting other people.
If you consider yourself a person who has climbed great heights or ran great lengths to find God, then I ask that you consider the story of Christ in completing this journey and blazing the paths of a new one.
Incidentally, even if Whitman's nanny agency handled the I-9, that doesn't let her off the hook for violations in completing the form.
It's not just offering the courses, it having families who support each other in completing the programs, attending classes, doing the work, and making that a priority.
"And in completing the form, President Obama made official what we have long known: He is the nation's first African-American president." what, was he unofficially the first african-american president? do the census forms officially make us one race or another? is this really newsworthy?
And in completing the form, President Obama made official what we have long known: He is the nation's first African-American president.
Naturally Jorge, Daniel, David and I have the largest assignments, but I am hugely proud to see that (a) we had lots of community participation and (b) those who did participate were hugely successful in completing their actions.
BP said the added $7.7 billion charge was partly due to a month-long delay in completing the relief well that finally sealed its runaway Gulf well in September.
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