Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In entomology, incomplete: applied by Linnæus and the older entomologists to pupæ which have only rudiments of wings, but otherwise resemble the image as in the Orthoptera, Hemiptera, etc.
“Well, it's not just about release dates or showing off a semi-complete product.”
“As a result, they ended up with a number of semi-complete products that all needed to be maintained simultaneously (none were ever shut down, though a few, like the Identity in the Browser project, never really got off the ground), leading to a death by a thousand cuts, just as the dev team seemed to be gelling.”
“So began the journey to our green home, now only semi-complete.”
“Next came a straight line with a little curved line, and here things began to go south, as she ran out of space and was unsure where to put the next part, so the last two letters sort of got overlaid over the others and were sort of semi-complete.”
“Guanlong is known from two semi-complete specimens: they provide substantial new information on basal tyrannosauroids, but the most surprising thing is that the taxon possesses a large, bizarre, pneumatic mid-line cranial crest.”
“I should apologize but then I'd be a complete dick and not just a semi-complete "pennis" as they like to say”
“Without further intro blabber, I offer you this semi-complete yet nonetheless definitive list of the women behind the men behind center.”
“And a semi-complete being cannot live forever, neither can it receive blessing forever.”
“For a while, Hugo's only company is a semi-complete automaton, a kind of primitive mechanical man that his late machinist dad Jude Law, seen in flashback discovered in a museum storage area.”
“I compiled a semi-complete listing of English translation/publishing companies that deal with eroge.”
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