In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I have read about the magic of Solomon, and it seems very complicated and intricate to me.
- That quite complex and intricate work had to be done so that those matters could be put down in the right order.
- The slow section for the four leading dancers is intricate and complex.
- The arrangements are intricate without being fussy or complicated for the sake of it.
- He was himself a batik designer and his love of detail and intricate design is apparent in his artwork.
- I seem to remember my dreams in unusually intricate detail and twice as often as most people.
- An unusual and attractive feature of the bathroom is a fireplace with intricate detail.
- It turned into five weeks' hard labour as we unravelled the intricate rhythms and built the complex set.
- Even more seriously, this is a play full of the most intricate, knotty, compacted language.
- There are some enticing snippets of intricate detail but these are too few and far between.
- Another room featured a team of a dozen girls who were hard at work doing some intricate weaving.
- It sounds a bit dull when I say it like that, but it was an enormously complex and intricate piece of work.
- He says there is a difficult and intricate question about whether there was a duty of care in law.
- In this way, she has created a time machine of the most intricate Victorian detail.
- It is so complex and intricate that it relies on the full cooperation and participation of all its members.
- All this really means of course is that if someone wants to find out about you in intricate detail they will be able to.
- The country has an intricate network of railroads and an even denser web of bicycle paths.
- The intricate detail and structure of this miniscule world is breathtaking.
- Our own sexuality is far more complex and intricate and can take far longer to understand.
- The plot is not especially complex, but there are some intricate twists and a few surprises.
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