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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsimplicitysim‧pli‧ci‧ty /sɪmˈplɪsəti/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  SIMPLE/PLAINthe quality of being simple and not complicated, especially when this is attractive or useful Mona wrote with a beautiful simplicity of style. For the sake of simplicity, the tax form is divided into three sections. James’ solution to this problem was simplicity itself (=very simple).
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simplicityVan Gogh was attracted to the beauty and simplicity of a common table or kitchen chair.It is assumed for simplicity that all transactions are in cash.For simplicity, we have also omitted the transfer function and its first derivative in order to amplify the weight change process.There is no superfluous decoration in Shaker design, yet there is a powerful beauty in its functional simplicity.The functional simplicity of the gym contrasts with the opulence of the marble floors, the paintings and the drapes.In a 3-D action game, simplicity is the key.The jacket follows the lines of the body with graceful simplicity.The design was beautiful in its simplicity.For the sake of simplicity, we will ignore seasonal changes in population.In this way, theoretical simplicity is obtained at the cost of denying the very experiential basis of the theory.Remember to always use simplicity in design and plant boldly in groups of two or three for a strong impact.That's why the vast majority of users are attracted to Microsoft Windows by its very simplicity.
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