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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.
WellDynamics is the world's market leader in intelligent completion technology.
The NE Intan A-24 well is the first ever TAML Level 6 multilateral well drilled in Indonesia and the world's first intelligent completion in a multilateral Level 6 well.
which specializes in interior design, product engineering, and completions management for business and regional jet aircraft, is currently using TRIRIGA IBS to streamline its internal processes.
Brigham also provided an update on completion operations for wells drilled late in the second quarter and reaffirmed its original guidance for third quarter financial results.
Other recent completions are located in the Company's Weeks Island Field in Iberia Parish, La.
The reserves within the Britt completions are highly variable and a similarity of log characteristics does not assure comparable reserves; however, it is possible that a Britt completion in the Comanche No.
Halliburton conducted an in-depth study of completion methods, reservoir characteristics, and associated production from completions in the area.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), has opened a new refurbishment and completions support facility in Savannah, Ga.