- n. Plural form of complexity.
“But even dropping certain complexities from the analysis because they’re hard to quantify or identify at the micro level is a value judgment.”
“If you want to believe the Universe with all its complexities, is one big "just so" story, you can be my guest too.”
“The analysis of strategic interaction, with due regard to these complexities, is precisely what game theory is all about.”
“Once again complexities in copyright law seem to provide legal havens for practices detested by publishers — havens used by new businesses to give the public access to contraband music.”
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“Since I’ve made no secret, here and elsewhere, about my admiration for Philip Jose Farmer, it should come as no surprise that I have been making family trees of my main characters going as far back as the adoption of the Gregorian calendar – trying to fudge my way through the prior complexities is asking for trouble and necessarily time-consuming.”
“Ignatieff writes that the average person is incapable of grasping the so-called complexities of political issues and resort to emotional responses see his mea culpa over his support for Bush and the Iraq invasion.”
“The complexities are the crux of the debate - which is the frustration I have with the arguments on both sides.”
“These should address one of the major issues that the REC has campaigned on, namely complexities in the current benefits system that preclude job-seekers from using temporary assignments as a route back into work.”
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