- n. number needed to make up a whole force
“Full KK‑drive, very narrow projection field, custom dish lining, the full complement of automatics.”
“With the exception of tektin, there are homologs in the three genomes for all previously identified structural components as well as a full complement of flagellar motors and both complex A and complex B of the intraflagellar transport system….”
“By 1915, the full complement of Ford assembly technology and techniques was in place at Trafford Park.”
“On 18th November it was attacked by a Siberian division from the Russian 10th Army and an armoured brigade newly arrived from the Far East with a full complement of T 34's.”
“After receiving a full complement of men, the Queen City was ordered to Mound City, Illinois, where her equipment as a gun-boat was completed.”
“That the two forward sections 'M113s got back was a tribute to skill-and luck; that neither contained its full complement of men and equipment an almost inevitable consequence of staying too long and indulging in hand-to-hand combat with a ferocious enemy.”
“The Russians were fresh, their machines were unworn, and they had a full complement of ammunition.”
“That didn't make it any more reassuring, given Korg's full complement of razor-sharp teeth.”
“On 5 December, another Peacekeeper was successfully launched from Vandenberg to Kwajalein carrying a full complement of 10 unarmed re-entry vehicles.”
“By mid-March, the winter fog had lifted and VF-51 had a full complement of aircraft allowing each pilot to fly between five and seven hops per week, periodically maintaining their instrument proficiency by flying “under the hood” in old twin-engine Beechcraft SNB trainers.”
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