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used in In Cold Blood

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complicated — having many complexly arranged elements
  • He was gagged with adhesive tape and bound hand and foot, like the mother-the same intricate process of the cord leading from the hands to the feet, and finally tied to an arm of the couch.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (86% in)
  • For Dewey, himself a former sheriff of Finney County (from 1947 to 1955) and, prior to that, a Special Agent of the F.B.I. (between 1940 and 1945 he had served in New Orleans, in San Antonio, in Denver, in Miami, and in San Francisco), was professionally qualified to cope with even as intricate an affair as the apparently motiveless, all but clueless Clutter murders.
    2 — Persons Unknown (4% in)

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