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Definition of Overcomplex
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Literary usage of Overcomplex
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1. Dollars and Sense of Command and Control by Raymond C. Bjorklund (1995)
"... to commander regardless of location, but not cause the C2 system to become overcomplex or weakened. Satisfy the commander's desire to stay close to the ..."
2. The Art of the Short Story by Carl Henry Grabo (1913)
"not overcomplex—that the writer is well in- / spired if he conceives his characters imaginatively rather than attempts to draw them directly from human ..."
3. The Social Unrest: Capital, Labor, and the Public in Turmoil by Lyman Pierson Powell (1919)
"First — The delay which advantages the longer pocket- book and arises from our antiquated court organization and our overcomplex and super-technical ..."
4. The Social Unrest: Capital, Labor, and the Public in Turmoil by Lyman Pierson Powell (1919)
""First — The delay which advantages the longer pocket- book and arises from our antiquated court organization and our overcomplex and super-technical ..."
5. Occupations: a textbook in vocational guidance by Enoch Burton Gowin, William Alonzo Wheatley (1916)
"How simple was the life of people then, how inclusive and still not overcomplex were his duties! Now all has been changed, and scores of tradesmen have ..."
6. The Silver-Burdett Arithmetics by George Morris Philips, Robert Franklin Anderson (1913)
"8. The placing of the less important subjects in a supplement. 9. The omission of subjects and problems which are obsolete, overcomplex, and impracticable. ..."