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use "complicity" in a sentence

king Giddra's song "911” addressing America's misguided "war on terror," and the complicity of the Japanese media and the national government.

While Jensen is not specifically mentioned in "Mania for Native Plants,” his "complicity” in the matter is implied.

Though at the
option), introducing a booking system for 'road slots', or the placing of tolls along the Milford Road.

Requirements Identifiers in VDEX data should be persistent, unique, resolvable, transportable and URI-compliant.

It is not yet known when these language changes will be available in the gNU runtime, or if they will all be implemented to be compliant with the whole Objective-C 2.0 standard.

The Suna broadcast service is fully compliant with both the RDS and TMC standard.

Detection of standards-compliant web browsers is more robust and support for Cascading Style Sheets is more extensive.

The improved suspension geometry allowed Ford to soften the spring rates on both front and rear on the EL for a more compliant ride, as the driver no longer had roll oversteer to contain.

Older cards tended to de-laminate with repeated insertion/removal from readers, but this problem appears to be less significant with the newer (PIV-compliant) cards.

By the mid-1920s, only one modest landscape by reliably compliant Arthur Frank Mathews was being shown at the Palace.

If students have a clear understanding of the rules, they will be more compliant when there are consequences for their behaviors later on.

The DNP3 protocol is now compliant with IEC 62351-5.

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