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tan·gle

(tan'gĕl),
A small irregular knot.
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All of the "ultimates" have some kind of unique selling point that seem to revolve around water, and it is a bone of contention that I didn't manage to sample the "Medusa" powershower in Room 105 - a tanglement of pipes shaped like the mythical Greek monster's hair.
stunning coup de theatre of the couple's tanglement in the food
in the best Polish art, the same inwardness and sense of complexity, the same tanglement, unease and probing individuality as you find in the best modern Western art.