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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncomplicate.
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Not having a car certainly uncomplicates my life ... arbon
O'Grady: The problem with this code--this idea, I think, is that even though it says that it uncomplicates the code--look at the big debate about how complicated it is.
"For us, it actually uncomplicates life and puts us in a better position," said Kent MacDonald, vice president of infrastructure solutions for Long View Systems, a Calgary-based Cisco and HP partner.
Not speaking for the right here, but the possibility that homogeneity uncomplicates things isn't necessarily a polemic, or racist, just a sad statement on humanity.
We’re all praying that her bath is successful and that her life uncomplicates very soon.