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  • Just as her life seems to be headed to stability, a tragic event complicates their living situation in the village.
  • Further complicating their situation, the Marines' only available water supply was contaminated with oil.
  • There was not even a sex-interest to complicate their hatred. Cited from Fate Knocks at the Door, by Will Levington Comfort
  • In love with Sparrow, his quest for more powers complicates their relationship.
  • However, NGOs are often subject to domestic constraints and government interference in their work, complicating their operations.
  • Rae complicates their relationship, but Kevin and Grace grow closer and are eventually engaged.
  • Complicating their debate, a disagreement arose publicly over who deserved to get investigator credit for what.
  • They often felt betrayed, as they "suffered along with their owners, complicating their decision of whether to flee with or from Union troops."
  • Their major drawback is in their geometric inflexibility which complicates their applications to general complex domains.
  • Amber intertwines herself in Ridge and Brooke's lives as a couple, complicating their situation.
  • Complicating their search is an assassin hired by Estelle Modrian to kill them so she is not exposed.
  • Further complicating their lives is a mysterious storage pod that contains something referred to as Beta, which is exerting an influence on their mission.
  • The children later realize that they are clones of famous or influential humans, a fact which further complicates their quest to figure out their mysterious past and save their futures.
  • The heroic examples of history, hereditary emotions and the effects of specific events in the history of peoples complicate their politics, and often make rational politics impossible. Cited from The Psychology of Nations, by G.E. Partridge
  • She was the heiress to at least five thousand a year, and knew it well, but she never encouraged her father to complicate their simple mode of life with the pomps of wealth. Cited from Tales of the Five Towns, by Arnold Bennett
  • Chuck and Sarah continue to grow closer, complicating their asset-handler relationship.
  • The two are immediately attracted to each other and become lovers-complicating their already confused lives, and further complicating the cultural shock her family is suffering in Western Sydney.
  • Raghu pays the Roadies a visit and complicates their lives by bringing back four ex-Roadies.
  • Oliver develops a crush on Dodge and views him as his boyfriend, complicating their friendship.
  • What complicates their mission is Washington Post journalist, Sue O'Dell, who plants to write a feature on Bill.