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  • Rather, they carry earlier things with them, things which are intricately involved.
  • Thus has been developed one of the most intricately complex governmental systems in the world. Cited from The Constitution of the United States, by James M. Beck
  • She is less intricately feminine than the former, and more so than the latter. Cited from Essays on Scandinavian Literature, by Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
  • The large complex contains large rooms with intricately carved walls of stone and wood.
  • These sections intricately manoeuvre themselves into a position where they take up as little space as possible.
  • Because I designed them so intricately, I had to build them.
  • The band has stated that their common love is the pursuit of intricately arranged three-minute pop songs.
  • The left and right are surrounded by a large intricately carved cross in high-relief.
  • It was hard and smooth, and marked off with lines like a tennis-court, only much more intricately. Cited from The Garden of the Plynck, by Karle Wilson Baker
  • The fifty three sections are intricately connected and clearly thought out.
  • Never was any human misunderstanding more intricately complete than the misunderstanding which had now established itself between those two. Cited from The New Magdalen, by Wilkie Collins
  • Most, if not all, gang prison violence is instrumental and is very intricately planned out.
  • And her hair was always intricately arranged, always decked with leaves and flowers. Cited from Angel Island, Inez Haynes Gillmore
  • Since then, the study of business has been intricately linked with higher education in Emporia.
  • The country's postal history is intricately linked to the island's political past.
  • Smaller, more intricately divided leaves may occur farther up the stem.
  • Hughes intricately takes a poem about music and turns it into music.
  • She has been intricately linked to hypertext and its uses and development.
  • His family was intricately connected with Howard University, which was near the college's campus.
  • The song harks back to the band's intricately produced sound in the 1970s.
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