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full complement

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n full complement number needed to make up a whole force "a full complement of workers"
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Usage

In literature:

The regiment had not yet been filled up, though others enlisted later had their full complement of men and companies.
"A Lieutenant at Eighteen" by Oliver Optic
I believe that the pods from the yellow flowers yield a full complement of seed; they certainly yield a large number.
"The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Vol. I." by Charles Darwin
Some growers, when they first shake out their fresh manure, add the full complement of loam to it at once and mix them together.
"Mushrooms: how to grow them" by William Falconer
The regiments were in some cases little more than skeletons, but with a fairly full complement of officers.
"William Pitt and the Great War" by John Holland Rose
The fleet assembled at the Nore had full complements this time.
"Famous Sea Fights" by John Richard Hale
None are empty, all have full complements of crew.
"The Land of Fire" by Mayne Reid
We have had a full complement of consuls to all parts of the world, the particulars of which are unnecessary in this connection.
"The History of Minnesota and Tales of the Frontier" by Charles E. Flandrau
The schooner's crew, but a half of her full complement, stood in attitudes of bewilderment.
"Gold Out of Celebes" by Aylward Edward Dingle
Our battalion now has its full complement of officers.
"Uncle Sam's Boys as Lieutenants" by H. Irving Hancock
In this way a section of line with a full complement of signals is always interposed between any two trains.
"How it Works" by Archibald Williams
Our deck was now full, and every oar was fully manned with its complement of slaves or captives.
"In the Days of Drake" by J. S. Fletcher
Besides having a full complement of moons, Saturn has around it, as distant as we would expect moons to be, three great rings.
"The Meaning of Evolution" by Samuel Christian Schmucker
A full complement of bright, sharp tools at the command of the grape-grower goes far toward success in his business.
"Manual of American Grape-Growing" by U. P. Hedrick
During April or May they lay their white eggs, the full complement of which is from five to eight.
"The Bird Book" by Chester A. Reed
We have a full complement.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science January 1931" by Various
With a full complement of officers, and with the recruiting machinery fairly under way, our course seems clear and our voyage propitious.
"Writings in the United Amateur, 1915-1922" by Howard Phillips Lovecraft
When the full complement of newspapers has been exhausted the slot is automatically closed.
"Twentieth Century Inventions" by George Sutherland
It was a very strong regiment, with a full complement of a thousand men.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 377, March 1847" by Various
Naturally the full complement of guns has not arrived.
"From Sea to Sea" by Rudyard Kipling
As I carried my full complement of arms I created no little surprise and consternation.
"From Bull Run to Appomattox" by Luther W. Hopkins
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In news:

The C-Section drapes complement Precept's full line of UltraGard procedure drapes and its line of drapes made from Softesse® by DuPont.
A full complement of players has the Vaquero's women's golf team looking to contend for a conference title and qualify for state.
Beach back to a full complement of courses.
Nice to see full complement of DBs on the Syracuse football practice field.
United States Yacht Shows embarks on full complement of spring shows.
Porcupettes, baby porcupines, are born with a full complement of quills.
Full-service hotel complex would neatly complement growth, improvements downtown.
We built to 66 members, had a full complement of speakers, demonstrations, guest lecturers, field trips and training sessions.
The prison has a 916-inmate capacity and slightly more than half of a full complement of guards .
North Texas has struggled at times offensively this season even with its full complement of weapons.
A Complement To Full Five-Axis.
Valkenburg says that until wolves were reintroduced in the Lower 48, Alaska was the only place in the US with a full complement of predators .
"There's a full complement of highly reflective roofing systems today that meet the energy efficiency and sustainability goals for commercial and residential buildings," says Tom Meyer of RCMA's Solar Reflective Coatings Council.
X- Rite 's color measurement technologies complement Esko's digital packaging design capabilities to provide customers with a full range of solutions to meet their packaging and design needs.
Until Washington gets its full complement of contributors back from injury, its winning formula is going to need a lot of scoring from C.J.
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In science:

To complement these observations, the full dependence of the LSD, PZ, and αNK relaxed energies ǫ2p of the highest occupied atomic orbital of carbon as a function of its occupation is depicted in Fig. 10.
Koopmans' condition for density-functional theory
As there are only a countable number of computer programs, this gives us only a countable set; the complement is still an uncountable set of full measure.
Maybe there's no such thing as a random sequence
However, even the busiest networks do not always operate on full load conditions, therefore it would be useful to complement metrics such as ECR to incorporate the dynamic network conditions such as energy consumption under full-load, half-load and idle cases.
Green Cellular Networks: A Survey, Some Research Issues and Challenges
In this paper we analyze the full complement of data for the HD 209458 system taken with the MIPS 24 µm camera (which we hereafter refer to simply as MIPS; Rieke et al. 2004) on the Spitzer Space Telescope.
Spitzer/MIPS 24 micron Observations of HD 209458b: 3 eclipses, 2.5 transits, and a Phase Curve Corrupted by Instrumental Sensitivity Variations
We say a full subcomplex A of a metric flag simplicial complex L has a right-angled complement if the label on all edges not in A is 2.
$\ell^2$-homology and planar graphs
In full generality, this analysis in the frequency domain can be extended and complemented by the analogous one in the time domain.
Dynamic correlations, fluctuation-dissipation relations, and effective temperatures after a quantum quench of the transverse field Ising chain
At first, light ion data, e.g. S i + Au, will be essential to get a feeling for the size of those effects, but eventually a full complement of pp and pA data will be needed as at the AGS and RHIC to untangle the physics.
Last Call for RHIC Predictions
Therefore, the next generation of experiments at LHC and at Tevatron are needed for full investigation of CP violation in order to over-constrain the CKM matrix via high statistics measurements, complemented by theoretically clean channels.
BEAUTY'99 Conference Summary
These include the full complement of structure function and cross section measurements.
Recent Results from the ZEUS Experiment
It is to be understood that the term ‘full’ means that the complement of the set in question is of measure 0.
Convergence results for simultaneous and multiplicative Diophantine approximation on planar curves
Instead of the Hamiltonians considered in Section III which involve sub-algebras of the full two-qubit system, consider an arbitrary 4 × 4 Hamiltonian with its entire complement of 15 operators/matrices.
Geometric phases and Bloch sphere constructions for SU(N), with a complete description of SU(4)
Therefore, the complement of this generic subset is prevalent since it has a full Lebesgue measure. A less artificial example is given in .
Adaptation of the generic PDE's results to the notion of prevalence
To see that the set of x satisfying (ii) has full measure, note that its complement is contained in Sn∈Z T −n (π−1(U ) \ V ).
Sumsets of dense sets and sparse sets
Since the set of entangled states is the complement to the set of separable states, within the full set of density matrices, the question of identifying the entangled states can be reformulated as the question of finding the boundaries of the convex set of separable states S .
Numerical studies of entangled PPT states in composite quantum systems
P is the number of connected components of the complement of GP in the full path graph on [r ] with edges given by {i, i + 1} for all i.
Cellular Resolutions of Ideals Defined by Simplicial Homomorphisms
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