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  • n. Plural form of complicity.

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Examples

  • All of his previous novels, with which this book shares many complicities, concern immigrant experience in one way or another.

    The Last Gift by Abdulrazak Gurnah – review

  • He just hasn't gotten the fact that the Demoncrats will do anything to win, and that he needs to point out some of their complicities in getting us into our current sorry state of affairs.

    David E.

  • Dave, if W. can get away with the same acts for which the Nuremberg Tribunals put Nazi leaders to death without being called a liar on the House floor, any Republican who disrespects President Obama is enabling a critical examination of all the Bushies and their criminal complicities.

    In Praise of Joe Wilson: What's Wrong with Calling Out Liars in Congress?

  • It was, right from the start, a conspiracy to overthrow and use the office of the presidency to place himself and his corporate complicities in a position to attain as much wealth and power as any group of people could amass.

    Now It's Time To Clean Up The Mess Left Behind. The First Thing To Dispose Of Are The Criminals Who Made The Mess.

  • Second, because the transition in Cuba will inevitably include an assessment of the regime's fiascos -- its failures, its deceptions and disappointments, its complicities and crimes and also, undoubtedly, its presumed accomplishments in education and health.

    What Else Ends With Castro

  • But at the same time, this administration has a list of just -- of just absolutely absurd complicities in all sorts of issues, including, failing on border security, pressing ahead with SVP, the North American Union.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2007

  • Whenever one cites the numerous examples of such complicities by the Democrats the DLC supporters rush to both ignore the list and to castigate the left for being "unrealistic" or too "demanding".

    A Look Back and Ahead In An Age of Neocon Rule

  • Quite a wonderful story, wich not only establishes unequivocally the internal complicities of some sectors of the Venezuelan government with the FARC after 6 years in office they cannot claim that Granda roamed freely in Venezuela because of the Adecos but allows us to watch Chavez and his administration at its most restrained bombast.

    01/09/2005 - 01/16/2005

  • It is not so much that its resistances are actually to be understood as complicities, but that it unequivocally takes its complicities as the social and moral ideals, usually affirmed by Mr. Knightley, as the measure against which all other behavior is to be judged.

    Box Hill and the Limits of Realism

  • THE GOBLIN MIRROR she railed on him for that, she suspected him of wizardly complicities she could not find ...

    The Goblin Mirror

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