once again, i'll define completed for you and shake my head in disbelief
tr.v. comÂ·pletÂ·ed, comÂ·pletÂ·ing, comÂ·pletes
1. To bring to a finish or an end: She has completed her studies.
2. To make whole, with all necessary elements or parts
how can you try to argue with a definition
1. needed to achieve a certain desired effect or result; required
2. resulting from necessity
How can you argue with that definition? Unless you think that a "P" is necessary, in which case you are delusional as the building is already operational.