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Gone with the Wind
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  • In the old days, now dead and gone, life had been so complex, so full of intricate and complicated problems.
  • The governor’s mansion was brave with jigsaw work on banisters and eaves, but the intricate scrollwork on Scarlett’s house put the mansion to shame.
  • The ramifications of cousins, double cousins, cousins-in-law and kissing cousins were so intricate and involved that no one but a born Georgian could ever unravel them.

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  • She came up with an intricate plan.
  • intricate lacework

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