Completeness [noun]

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Winston took over for Brees in the third quarter on Sunday and completed 6 of 10 passes for 60 yards while also getting sacked twice.

That was the last complete memory Hayes had from Saturday afternoon.

Best to him and best to his players who are also infected on a speedy and complete recovery.

Wilson was sacked on the night’s first play from scrimmage but completed all five of his passes for 58 yards on the drive while the Seahawks had a trio of third-down conversions.

Because of the concern in the community, completing the investigation was a priority for prosecutors.

He said at the time that Facebook was working on a post-mortem of its election actions but did not say when it might be completed.

This, too, would eventually be unsustainable and likely lead to a complete hatred of learning on her part, and patches of missing hair on mine.

A complete offensive player who attacks the rim hard and can shoot from the NBA three-point line, Toppin’s ability to step in and play should appeal to new Knicks Coach Tom Thibodeau.

For us, I really wanted something that was outside the medical supply chain that would offer a complete level of protection.

Herbert has completed 67 percent of his passes for 2,333 yards, 19 touchdowns and six interceptions for the Los Angeles Chargers, plus added three rushing touchdowns.