|completion, completion of titration||end point|
|(symbol) Jordan dinar, Juris Doctor, Juris Doctor; university law degree, degree awarded upon completion of a university law program (also Doctor of Jurisprudence), Justice Department, juvenile delinquent||JD|
|act of culminating, climax, highest point; completion, final action, concluding action, highest or lowest altitude||culmination|
|among, because of, by way of; in from one side and out of the other side; to the point of completion, to the end, direct, non-stop, from beginning to end, going directly, over the extent of, past a barrier, prep. in from one side and out of the other; ...||through|
|animal linking apes to humans, something required for completion||missing link|
|area on playing field, bring to a conclusion; complete, finish, conclude; cease, completion, termination; purpose, aim; death, extremity of a scale, extremity of object, final part, goal, have a tip, leftover piece, limit or boundary, part of communica...||end|
|certificate given upon completion of a course of study (i.e. high school, university, etc.), course certificate, official paper describing rights and privileges||diploma|
|coil around something, completion of filming, cover something up, engross somebody, envelop something, filled tortilla sandwich, finish, finish filming, fold something up, garment wrapped around the upper body; shawl; scarf; blanket; coat; robe; shroud...||wrap|
|complete the surface effect of, consume, destroy, end part, completion, conclusion; final stage; polish, final coating on a surface; final details; something which completes or perfects, make just right, no longer continue, quality of workmanship, spec...||finish|
|completing, concluding, pertaining to completion; ending; terminating, final stage of manufacture, ending; bringing to an end; destroying; defeating; completing, perfecting; polishing; act of adding the finishing touches||finishing|
|completion of a course of study (in a school, etc.); commencement, ceremony in which diplomas or degrees are awarded; mark showing a degree of measurement., completion of studies, degree ceremony, dividing process, mark on an instrument||graduation|
|completion of deal, legal completion of marriage by sex, perfect ending, realization, culmination, perfection||consummation|
|completion, wholeness; improvement, refinement, example or instance of being perfect, perfect nature, process of perfecting||perfection|
|concluding part of stroke, continuation and completion||follow-through|
|continue to completion, perform activity or occupation, put on trial, try in a court; file a legal action; conduct, carry out an activity; persist, carry on, take legal action against somebody, try to prove somebody is guilty||prosecute|
|end, conclusion, completion, ending of something, final outcome, tip or edge, word ending||termination|
|former inlet of the North Sea, south of the West Friesian Islands and occupying a deep indentation in the coast of the Netherlands. After completion of the Ijsselmeer Dam in 1932, parts of it were drained, and the remainder now forms the Ijsselmeer.||Zuider Zee|
|gratification, satisfaction; realization, bringing into being; performance; completion (also fulfilment)||fulfillment|
|lack of completion, lack of an ending||noncompletion|
|money paid into account, pay-later system, payment recorded, recognition, recognition of course completion, recognize, record payment of, record payment to, source of pride, spending entitlement at store, time to pay||credit|
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