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the intricacies of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe intricacies of somethingthe intricacies of somethingthe complicated details of something the intricacies of private banking intricacy
Examples from the Corpus
the intricacies of somethingShe knew very little about the intricacies of running a city when she was elected.There are few enough hon. Members who can claim genuine expertise in the intricacies of social security matters.They knew the words of all the songs, the plots of every story, the intricacies of every movement and rhythm.Five mornings a week she worked on campus, mastering the intricacies of various software programs.To negotiate the intricacies of multiple relationships within a group, they have to learn to reason on a very sophisticated level.Aerial survey in particular has revealed some of the intricacies of the site's internal morphology.But in studying the play, I came to realize the strength of the characters and the intricacies of the dialogue.Now he has had a chance to work with them and perhaps better understands the intricacies of their job.Their fascination with the intricacies of competitive politics drew them to all the various combatants.
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