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complicate

Biology folded on itself

complicate

[′käm·plə‚kāt]
(invertebrate zoology)
Folded lengthwise several times, as applied to insect wings.
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RFI representatives plan to urge the City Council not to follow the staff recommendation and continue the matter because a finding of noncompliance could complicate the sale of the property to Cherokee.
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To further complicate comparisons, many generalists will consult with specialists on complicated cases, but medical records do not always show that, says Carolyn Clancy of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research in Rockville, Md.
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To complicate matters, some board members are backing their colleagues' opponents in the race, adding to friction on the dais.
The Brown results complicate the search for a full explanation of the fiber fuse.
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Deploying a solution without first understanding the data only complicates things further and wastes resources.