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completion

[kəm′plē·shən]
(mathematics)
For a metric space X, a complete metric space obtained from X by formally adding limits to Cauchy sequences.

Completion

The act of bringing a structure to the point of construction when it is physically ready for use and occupancy, legally considered a completed condition.
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Adfa Road for a length of 90 kilometers - Completion of doubling work on Sikaka -- Arar Road to reach new Arar Road including bridge over Badnah Valley for a length of 600 meters Najran Region: - Implementation of crossing of Prince Sultan Road with Al Jawiah Road and Prince Naif Road in Najran Region Al Baha Region: Contract has been awarded for implementation of a number of agricultural roads of various lengths in Al Baha Region.
Audit documentation must not be deleted or discarded after the documentation completion date, however, information may be added.
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to test differences in means between full and part-time faculty for course completion rates.
Unfortunately, the realities of working in a nursing home sometimes interfere with the timely completion of MDS assessments.
For step-in-the-shoes transactions, the look-back method would apply to pre- and post-transaction years by the new taxpayer on contract completion, taking into account all amounts reasonably expected to be received by either the new or old taxpayer and all allocable contract costs incurred by both parties, The rules would entitle the new taxpayer to receive interest on hypothetical overpayments of tax for both pre- and post-transaction years.
Do overall satisfaction and completion relate to the kinds of help recalled by clients and the follow-through actions they report?
Course Enrollment To begin understanding patterns of course enrollment and completion, it is necessary to look at representation in courses that are at the transfer-level, remedial, or occupational.
A completion bond is the standard means to assure investors that a film will be completed and distributed even if it runs over budget.
The Completion Log section informs the reader about the state of completion and the responsibility for each stage of completion.
Before the Tax Reform Act of 1986, contractors generally were free to select one of the long-term contract methods (percentage of completion or completed contract) or any other method (cash or accrual) that would clearly reflect income.
The completion of the disposal is expected to take place before the end of February 2007.
Can a liquidated damages clause help insure timely completion of a construction project?