No. Most people are spineless.
You might need to borrow a piece or two from others but a little elbow grease and superglue should do the trick
Well, we all have complete human skeletons inside our bodies. So the answer is definitely yes.
Ummm. I'm gonna go with yeah.
Men are short one rib. Your welcome!
Are... are you joking... um.... O.O
Are you making a funny?
How could the answer be anything other than yes?
No, that is why we all have an incomplete skeleton.
Errrr... depending on sample location, possibly not. Depending on definition of terms, "average" and "complete"...
Also, recently deceased, or anthropological archaeology? If we're talking ancient finds, heck no. Fresh corpses from certain populations have severely depleted skeletons from a variety of nutritional factors and disease, and may not be able to produce what an anatomy professor would call a, "complete, average skeleton".
If this is a trick question, damn you for baiting me, because I'm easy.