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something complex

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marked by elaborately complex detail

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Condell detailed the fabrication and intricacies involving wire rope and wire rope selection.
Providing a remarkable and vivid account of Nen's family and friends, loved ones, and those close, White Tree portrays Nen and details her most personal intricacies, as well as those in missing her, however never does touch base with the actual enigmatic character of Nen.
A welcome addition to academic library reference collections, Canadian Cultural Poesis is very highly recommended to all anthropological students, scholars of the arts and intricacies of intercultural modern society, and those engaged in the study of Canada's nationalism as reflected in its own unique and identifiable culture.
For a dry probate issue, the case has drawn extraordinary nationwide interest more for the glitzy and controversial high-profile player involved than for any intricacies of the issue itself.
Due to the variety of applications, types of heating, differing process cycles and many other variables, the intricacies of these heating and cooling systems are said to create technical challenges.
Meant to mimic the intricacies and randomness of urban life, Agora (marketplace in Greek) is both a celebration of public space and an exploration of agoraphobia.
I still am not any good, but I appreciate the game and its intricacies and relish the challenge of overcoming them every time I step on the course.
The week after my hapless presentation, the whole class sat in rapt attention as Ivy took us through the intricacies of the last movement of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.
Kaku details the intricacies of superstring theory and its latest iteration, M-theory, in this scenario.
Mealey's Privacy Report also covers many cases of interest to journalists, including numerous ones involving the Freedom of Information Act and the legal intricacies of electronic communication.
Thus, many players understand the intricacies of the game, but few capitalize on them.
Drawing on her personal history (her dad is gay) and eight years of activism, she delves into some of the most challenging issues for lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered parents and their kids: homophobia; divorce; AIDS; and the intricacies of emerging adolescent sexualities in gay households like coming out to closeted parents or overcoming "straight shame.
The book assumes that a reader has some tax background, but does not know all of the intricacies of the various kinds of transfers.
These paintings suggest that Faulhaber may not give a damn about the actual place but is instead obsessed with the interplay of light and shadow and the intricacies of color and how both to make his subject matter concrete and distort it.
Genereux and Malo completed a young entrepreneurs program through the Timmins Venture Centre, learning the intricacies of business ownership, from business plan development to funding.