complex

01. The issue is much too [complex] for me to discuss.
02. They have moved into a new housing [complex] near the ocean.
03. Using a computer seemed pretty [complex] to me at first, but now it seems very simple.
04. He has a [complex] about his mother that makes him afraid to talk to women.
05. Don't say anything about his height because he has a bit of a [complex] about it.
06. Politics are too [complex] for me to understand, and I don't even know who to vote for.
07. English grammar can be very [complex] at times, so it's better not to worry too much about understanding all the rules.
08. Averil Coxhead has noted that learning new words in a second language is a [complex] process.
09. As societies evolve and become more [complex], the division of labor increases.
10. Louis Samuels once said that the beauty of Mother Nature is her ability to make [complex] things appear simple.
11. The largest office [complex] in the world is the Pentagon building in Washington, D.C.
12. To learn well the [complex] coordination of the hundreds of muscles needed to play tennis, a person has to start young.
13. One of the most beautiful and [complex] forms of tattooing was practiced by the ancient Horis of Japan.
14. Someone once remarked that being a parent is the most [complex] and important activity on the planet.
15. Wolves live in packs which are [complex] social structures.
16. Malaysia is a [complex] country because it is made up of two parts and is divided into three separate territories.
17. The Forbidden City in Beijing, China is the most famous [complex] of buildings in the country.
18. Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, has the largest man-made harbor and port [complex] in the world.
19. Henry Louis Mencken once noted that for every [complex] problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong.
20. African music is as diverse and [complex] as the continent itself.
21. The music of Africa is recognized worldwide for its [complex] rhythms and upbeat dance styles.
22. One's ability to perform [complex] tasks is generally disrupted by a lack of sleep.
23. It is difficult to discuss the [complexities] of differing political philosophies in a short news clip.
24. Dealing with illegal immigrants is a problem of great [complexity], and deciding who should be allowed to stay and who should be sent back is very difficult.
25. The physical evolution of our planet's landscape is a [complex] process which is influenced by many factors, including climate, rock type, structure and elevation.
26. Sometime after the classical age of Ancient Greece, a reaction against technical [complexities] resulted in the simplification of Greek music.
27. Changes in musical styles generally take place gradually, in [complex] ways, and at different times in different areas.
28. Medard Gabel once stated that war is a violent response to [complexity] by simple minds.

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