## completion vs completeness

completion completeness

### Definitions

• 1) mathematics The space resulting from such an act.
• 2) mathematics The act of making a metric space complete by adding points.
• 3) law The conclusion of an act of conveyancing concerning the sale of a property.
• 4) mathematics The space resulting from such an act.
• 5) law The conclusion of an act of conveyancing concerning the sale of a property.
• 6) The act or state of being or making something complete; conclusion, accomplishment.
• 7) mathematics The act of making a metric space complete by adding points.
• 8) Football A forward pass that is caught in bounds by a receiver.
• 9) Football A forward pass that is caught in bounds by a receiver.
• 10) The act of completing or the state of being completed.
• 11) The act or process of making complete; the getting through to the end.
• 12) State of being complete; fulfillment; accomplishment; realization.
• 13) a concluding action
• 14) (American football) a successful forward pass in football
• 15) Fulfilment; accomplishment.
• 16) The act of completing, or bringing to the desired end; a carrying or filling out; full performance or achievement; consummation; conclusion: as, the completion of a building; the completion of one's education, or of an enterprise.

### Definitions

• 1) logic The property of a logical theory that whenever a wff is valid then it must also be a theorem. Symbolically, letting T represent a theory within logic L, this can be represented as the property that whenever is true, then must also be true, for any wff φ of logic L.
• 2) the state or condition of being complete
• 3) logic The property of a logical theory that whenever a wff is valid then it must also be a theorem. Symbolically, letting T represent a theory within logic L, this can be represented as the property that whenever is true, then must also be true, for any wff φ of logic L.
• 4) The state of being complete.
• 5) the state of being complete and entire; having everything that is needed
• 6) (logic) an attribute of a logical system that is so constituted that a contradiction arises if any proposition is introduced that cannot be derived from the axioms of the system
• 7) The state or quality of being complete; perfectness; entireness; thoroughness.

### Examples

• 1) The watchman thought more in terms of completion than conclusion, more of fulfilment than depletion.
• 2) I was captivated by his stories of ordering oysters and a bottle of white wine to celebrate the completion of a story.
• 3) Multiplex vision is paradoxical vision, new logics, the sudden completion of startling patterns.
• 4) Ted Hinckley had taken over the division on the completion of his tour in Southeast Asia.
• 5) And if there is a way for someone to be logged into their Google account from an application then the label completion could extend to even application implementations of Oplop.
• 6) After matching, loan completion is subject to anti-fraud and credit-checks.
• 7) Another major project nearing completion is the BCTLA K-12 Information Literacy Benchmark Project, which has published the draft new “The Points of Inquiry” model for review.
• 8) I agree with what you are saying, about how the act of completion is also the elimination of possibility and, by extension, hope.
• 9) Comcast and GE said they will make no other announcements about structure or personnel until the timing of the deal's completion is certain.
• 10) Negotiating countries will meet in Morocco in July, and the targeted completion is still 2010.
• 11) In the traditions of coin collecting in the U.S., completion is a value of a high order.
• 12) ‘While some reconstructions can be completed in a single procedure, many techniques may require two or more operations for completion of the reconstructive process.’
• 13) ‘An animal model study will be required to confirm a greater strength of double-layer repairs after completion of the healing process.’
• 14) ‘Following completion of the homologation process, the system will also be introduced in other countries and then only requires activation of the software already available.’
• 15) ‘Acceptance of the necessity of this reform appeared to be taking hold, also given the fact that completion of the process is necessary to ensuring level playing fields for those doing business.’
• 16) ‘The Federation Bells are in an ongoing process of completion.’
• 17) ‘He said building work to the centre was ‘on schedule’, but was likely to still be in the process of completion at Christmas.’
• 18) ‘About 82 partnership aims have been improved on, and another 34 are in the process of completion.’
• 19) ‘It may become necessary to reconsider this partnership or agreement to accelerate completion of the process.’
• 20) ‘Recently the law firm of McCarthy Tetrault has been retained to expedite completion of the registration process.’
• 21) ‘Attention could shift between completing the task and the process of task completion.’
• 22) ‘It took about another 18 months before he got a cabinet minister interested enough in the project to promise further state funds for its completion.’
• 23) ‘Stars of classical theatre and the world of entertainment will donate their time and talents for two performances at the new Rose of Kingston theatre next month to help to raise funds for its completion.’
• 24) ‘An offshoot of this characteristic is doing things piecemeal, so that completion is not a one-shot execution but an iterative process.’
• 25) ‘After all, some tasks require the completion of other tasks before they can be started.’
• 26) ‘Delegation of a new top level domain requires the completion of a number of procedures.’
• 27) ‘As the project's completion date draws near, more potential luxury home buyers are expressing an interest in the complex.’
• 28) ‘He said a major marketing exercise will now be undertaken once the work had started and the anticipated completion date is for early 2002.’
• 29) ‘They also say the rail safety programme, which has cost €500m to date, is nearing completion and will free up funds for investment.’
• 30) ‘The castle is still not finished but is nearing completion.’
• 31) ‘This contract is nearing completion and will be finished on time at the beginning of July.’
• 32) ‘Construction work on the barriers began in early 2003 and the estimated completion date is 2011.’
• 33) ‘This is three weeks earlier than the previous target completion date.’
• 34) ‘The likely completion date will be the end of 2009 or early 2010.’
• 35) ‘Some sort of campaign of public misinformation seems to be underway, raising our hopes just to dash them again when the due date arrives and the work is no nearer to completion.’
• 36) ‘Problems might be fine-tuned in advance before project completion dates.’
• 37) ‘Launched amid fanfare in 1997, private and public investors will have pumped in €7bn by the 15-year completion date.’
• 38) ‘But this will take time and there is going to be an inevitable delay in our projected completion date.’
• 39) ‘We are looking forward to the successful completion of your mission and to you all returning home safely.’
• 40) ‘He also wished the project team well in their work and looked forward to the successful completion of the complex.’
• 41) ‘Almost four years of my life have passed since the completion of Chapter 7 and the beginning of this chapter.’
• 42) ‘They ask countless questions and look forward to the completion of the procedure.’
• 43) ‘Follow the entire process from start to completion.’
• 44) ‘It is a commitment to a process towards completion.’
• 45) ‘Rather, the results offer an explicit analysis of a therapeutic process leading to completion of successful softening events.’
• 46) ‘The Boyle local phone directory is close to completion.’
• 47) ‘The monthly reports by Halifax and Nationwide are based on mortgage offers made by each company that month, rather than actual sales prices or completions.’
• 48) ‘It will be based on data relating to 30,000 sales per month - a third of all mortgage completions - and will be by far the biggest survey ever released in Britain.’
• 49) ‘According to the selling agent, best efforts will be made for quick completions in order for investors to have sufficient time to let the units prior to April 5.’

### Examples

• 1) It has been the year of complete control.
• 2) They make a complete mockery of the policy.
• 3) This makes us a complete democracy.
• 4) After more ice treatment she headed back to the baseline and fired the second serve that was necessary to complete the set.
• 5) He has just completed two 90 minutes back to back.
• 6) Now, prepare for a complete change of pace.
• 7) With smooth contours, it sits comfortably in the hand to give complete control.
• 8) Surely he won't complete the set.
• 9) During demolition work near Blackfriars he found two complete and forgotten prison cells.
• 10) Or, indeed, the almost complete lack of it.
• 11) We pay them more so we have complete control of their image rights.
• 12) They could no longer use explosives to complete the tunnel and were using mechanical tools.
• 13) It tests the complete set of cricket skills.
• 14) This will give your small group a more complete understanding of what the original language depicted.
• 15) Those who enjoyed their hospitality will testify to the complete lack of side displayed by the couple.
• 16) Supply chain placements are open to anyone who has completed two or more years at university.
• 17) Further surgery was an option but we decided to try complete bed rest.
• 18) They have vowed to use it as soon as testing is completed and the system is flawless.
• 19) By this time he looked to be in complete control.
• 20) Groups of students completed personality tests and were given tasks requiring members to work together.
• 21) Like their complete lack of conviction when it matters most.
• 22) It will take two years to complete the deportation.
• 23) Selected companies were also asked to complete a questionnaire on their international activities.
• 24) But a return to full health will probably require a complete change in her lifestyle.
• 25) Each set is complete in itself but has to be linked to the others by one or more connections.
• 26) His distinction was rather that of a man of all-round understanding and complete integrity.
• 27) He is close to becoming the complete all-round fighter.
• 28) Still; the findings did not make complete sense.
• 29) This kind of completeness is rare in parasitic twins, especially among fetus in fetu, which tend not to be "alive" in the sense we think of, but rather a sort of growth in human form.
• 30) The Llangollen couple were famous for their gardens, and Dorothy creates here likewise a "garden stored with fruits and flowers/And sunny seats and shady bowers," supporting a life whose completeness is emphasized through the repetition of
• 31) For us moderns that which most profoundly marks a narrative poem as an epic, is a certain completeness and harmony, a general impression of rest, however the various episodes may be charged with suffering and struggle.
• 32) So, dying isn’t bad, for the person who dies, they are truely going home to be whole and loved in completeness again.
• 33) In most applications of preference logic, it is taken for granted that the following property, called completeness or connectedness, should be satisfied:
• 34) Secondly, the other direction, that is, the completeness part, is proved by what is really known as the Lindenbaum-Tarski method.
• 35) Then we establish a converse, called completeness, that an argument is valid only if it is derivable.
• 36) But this higher completeness, which is beauty, whether it happen to exist or not, is never the immediate aim of Nature.
• 37) The instinct for completeness, which is one of the dominating characteristics of his mind, compelled him to consent.
• 38) ‘The scholar's lament in the face of incomplete knowledge, however, underscores the completeness of our own.’
• 39) ‘The heavenly principle of love in its completeness is not comprehensible.’
• 40) ‘The city has no completeness, no center, no fixed parts.’
• 41) ‘The story possesses by its very nature a completeness not permitted the novel—it is an integer, not a sum.’
• 42) ‘You really want to forgive the amateurishness because of the speed and what seems to be the completeness of the coverage.’
• 43) ‘The total time required for the process depends on the complexity of the operation and the completeness of the information provided.’
• 44) ‘We are looking at the completeness of the environmental statements provided by both companies.’
• 45) ‘Should they seek completeness by drawing on artifacts from elsewhere or go all out for authenticity to the extent of using materials that are known to fail?’
• 46) ‘They could not verify the completeness of revenue in relation to assessment rates.’
• 47) ‘Its accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed.’
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