How to delete rows with empty cells

Hi everyone, I'd like to know how to delete from a dataset some rows that have empty cells (""). Though I've already wrote the formula complete.cases, some of them still remains.
For instance, Ever_married instead of having "yes" and "no" has also "".
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Thank you in advance!

It would be most useful if you can provide a reproducible example (reprex) and not a screenshot. Share the results of dput(head(dataframename, 20)) is one way to do this. Here's some more info about making a reprex: FAQ: What's a reproducible example (`reprex`) and how do I create one?

As to your question, I think Ever_Married has values of "" and not NA. To remove these, there's a few options. Here's one:

library(tidyverse)
newdata <- data %>%
   filter(Ever_Married!="")