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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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Upon closing, the transaction further strengthens Rubicon's robust portfolio of products across the Completions Solutions business segment, enabling the organization to offer differentiated and value-driven frac plug and toe sleeve technology to its customers.
Only a few movies that go into wide release - those financed entirely by studios or those with budgets of far less than $1 million - are usually made without a completion bond.