He is working on his off-speed pitches to complement his fastball and splitter.
Many of the ship's complement were adventurers from noble families, and jewellery and coins, mainly gold, percolated to the bottom of the shingle-filled gullies.
Each ship will have a complement of typically 1,200, including 600 air crew.
His fleet usually consisted of more than 200 ships of different sizes and it had a total complement of about 20,000 sailors.
As a complement to the board's oversight, FDA will improve transparency by sharing drug safety information sooner and more broadly and conveniently.
The coordinator will look at ways to create additional events to complement those which already take place in the region.
Recall that a verb governs an object, and the head of a phrase governs the complement .
Looks like it managed it, too - provided we take ‘like’ to be a preposition, not an adjective taking a noun phrase complement .
The first being that institutions should be designed to complement what is existing in the country.
An example is a transfusion reaction in which IgG and IgM anti-red-cell antibodies activate complement and cause cell lysis.