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“In addition, licensing is currently labrynthine and confusing.”
“It certainly seems to be a massive, labrynthine, organisation.”
“It's an impressive mission backed digitally by a website as labrynthine as a Chinese puzzle box.”
“Nothing Burns in Hell is one of the most labrynthine tales I've read in many a year.”
“Even distribution of space results in a labrynthine construction that works against the player's sense of direction.”
“Featuring great performances from Vinnie Jones and Jason Statham, Lock Stock is an enjoyable tightly paced ride through London's underworld driven mostly by clever dialogue and a labrynthine plot.”
“Basically, she ranted and raved (and chain smoked) at them, telling her serpentine and labrynthine hard-luck story using any old thing that popped into her head, with the goal of disuading them from ever trying 'stuff' (or maybe her whole point was to rope teens into the cultish Synanon program she spoke so highly of -- the jury's still out on her true aim).”
“Unfortunately, despite containing some good points, the Bill spends too much time turning the Secretary of State for Wales into the viceroy of Wales, and creating a labrynthine process for creating new laws when a simple path could have been taken.”
“Closer now, less than a short block away in the maze of flat-topped buildings and labrynthine alleys, came the scrabbling of the hundreds of hurrying voynix.”
“That program wound up being a scheme of "labrynthine complexity" according to one observer and led to such schemes as the "Brownsville U-Turn," where Mexican oil was shipped to Brownsville, Texas and then trucked across the border and back to obtain favorable quota treatment for land-based supplies.”
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