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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomplexitycom‧plex‧i‧ty /kəmˈpleksəti/ ●○○ AWL noun (plural complexities)  1 COMPLICATED[uncountable] the state of being complicatedcomplexity of There is increasing recognition of the complexity of the causes of poverty. a design of great complexity2 [countable usually plural]PROBLEM one of the many details or features of something that make it hard to understand or deal withcomplexity of The complexities of economics are clearly explained.
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complexityBut as James' tale develops, it assumes complexity.The public mood seemed to be that more organizations mean more bureaucracy, complexity and expense.Watson, I am accustomed to being baffled by complexity.These are the questions pursued by complexity science.First, Temple confronted the life of the real world in all its complexity.This is a universal law of vivisystems: higher level complexities can not be inferred by lower-level existences.How to choose the right model complexity is explained in these chapters.The article attempts to explain the affair's legal and political complexities.Now he was getting a lesson in the complexities of human relationships.Many people struggle with the complexity of the tax forms.
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