true complement

true complement

[′trü ′käm·plə·mənt]
(mathematics)
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Khalfan Tamim explained that the strategic plan for 2018 - 2021 represents a true complement to the success, achievement and leadership led by HBMSU as a driving force to rebuild the future of learning and education with the continued support of H.H.
Zipcars wheels when you want them service is a true complement to the Amtrak Cascades line, said Jeremy Nelson, Zipcar Portland general manager.
TUNIS, (TAP)-"E-Commerce is a true complement to traditional trade, especially for the development of exports, improvement of visibility of Tunisian firms on the international platform of E-Commerce and boosting their competitiveness on the national and international levels," Minister of Trade and Handicrafts Najla Harrouche said.
Jessica Sparrow, an occupational therapist trained in providing yoga for children, at the rehabilitation services said that having this special combination of yoga and nutrition as a service provided for patients is a true complement to treatment.
The package of policies and programs pursued in Wisconsin was pragmatic, respectful of local decision-making, sensitive to property rights and, above all, designed to promote farm viability and stability--a true complement to the missions and objectives of cooperatives.
"The showcase from Bahrain is a true complement to the diverse roster of films from the Gulf region screened at the festival."
SPLIT COMPLEMENTARY: This scheme uses three colors that are almost directly opposite one another--one on one side of the wheel, the other two adjoining that color's true complement. For example, set the dial's split complementary triangle at red-orange, red-yellow and blue, the combination used in Nectarine with Brush.
Recently, however, Loose says she has seen a shift and firms now seem to view the MBA degree as a true complement to the practice of law.
In that case, Jones - who also designed the headpieces for actress Audrey Tatou to wear in the forthcoming Coco Chanel biopic - must consider it a true complement when Dior creative director John Galliano describes him as "the frosting to any collection he touches".
"This new offering is a true complement to our existing data recovery services," explained Peter Briggs, president of SafeData.
"Furniture is a true complement to a small abode--it helps you maximize your space by providing function, comfort, and style."
Thus, while a false complement will shade the act of seeing with false knowledge, a true complement will show the act of seeing to be true.