The Church of England has perhaps the most complex system.
Religion plays a prominent role in the complex system of political alliances.
A complex system designed from scratch never works and can not be patched up to make it work.
Today’s sleds use a complex system of gears to move weights up to 65 000 pounds/29 000 kilograms.
In a complex system a network of towns was founded in the western and southwestern parts of Silesia.
Reductionism in science says that a complex system can be explained by reduction to its fundamental
The complex system is maintained by Leland Chee, a Lucasfilm employee.
A living being is a complex system that has the ability to duplicate and protect itself.
The model of chaebol rely a lot on a complex system of interlocking ownership.
Tweaking refers to fine-tuning or adjusting a complex system, usually an electronic device.
These very simple looking painted houses are really a complex system of tradition and creation.
Scoring was modified in 1977 to a more complex system including points both for overall and group placement.
Corner cases are part of an engineer ‘s lexicon especially an engineer involved in testing or debugging a complex system.
Unreferenced A flash-cut, also called flash-cutover, is an immediate change in a complex system, with no phase-in period.
Air travelers are vaguely aware of this complex system.
It’s a complex system of chaotic attractors.
The complex system – now on more than 5 million vehicles – has befuddled many buyers since it debuted in 2010.
Germany, France and other EU countries currently have a complex system to support the industry through subsidies.