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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Following in their footsteps, however, has been a convoluted journey, one in which education became his first post-college occupation.
Samsung is using a double-folded lens inside that bounces light around in a convoluted pattern to change the field of view.
By contrast, the journey associated with making the first purchase — especially considered, big-ticket purchases — remains relatively convoluted and opaque.
While that might not seem relevant, the vision to bring transparency to consumers is the connecting line, the mission being to provide access to siloed data and knowledge to previously convoluted industries.
Part of an occasional seriesFootball pass coverages sometimes are convoluted and other times are misunderstood.
“The logic was absolutely convoluted,” says astronomer Yinuo Han, lead author of the paper.
Employees often struggle to navigate a convoluted landscape.
Part of the reason this is slightly more convoluted than sharing on Spotify or Apple Music is that your YouTube Music playlists live on YouTube, too.
The results are a little convoluted, given that there are seven psychological traits, three groups, and three pain perception outcomes.
This content strategy allows you to take something convoluted and present it to readers in a compelling manner in a way that hasn’t been done before.

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