complexities

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Was there one among them with an idea of the future of Ireland, of the complexities of government?

He would think in complexities unimaginable to an earlier mind.

Awareness of possibilities is more direct than that of complexities.

The complexities of the subject are too great to permit of dogmatism.

I began to suspect that life in Lattimore would not be without its complexities.

Friedrich's complexities are getting day by day more stringent.

Life that had seemed simple just then had since shown her its complexities.

He knew that there are complexities of affairs which only the sword can cut.

His strength lay in the fact that he was diverted by no complexities.

With this difference, the complexities of the affiliation begin and end.