It's a big and complicated world, and different countries have different perspectives.
That's difficult when you're dealing with complicated technology and an abundance of experts, often with their own agendas.
Although fair use is a complicated and subjective issue, copyright lawyers say Gawker has a tough case ahead of them.
Homelessness is a complicated issue, complained one blogger.
Although after such a complicated life, even his death may turn out to be a question mark instead of a full stop.
Where shall we go for a clue to this curious and complicated legend?
He was tying a most complicated knot, and could not look up.
In the complicated details of the final attack the Fourth Infantry acted a worthy part.
The situation was, however, complicated by the proximity of the Afghan frontier.
This seems to be complicated, Neale declared, shaking his head and gazing wonderingly at Agnes.
1640s, "tangled," from past participle adjective from complicate. Figurative meaning "not easy to solve, intricate, confused, difficult to unravel" is from 1650s.
1620s, "to intertwine" (as a past participle adjective, early 15c.), from Latin complicatus "folded together; confused, intricate," past participle of complicare (see complication). Meaning "to make more complex" is recorded from 1832, from earlier sense "to combine in a complex way" (17c.). Related: Complicated; complicating.