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uncomplicated

(ŭn-kŏm′plĭ-kā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Not complex or involved; simple: found an uncomplicated solution to the problem.
2. Not involving medical complications.
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Docu by Adrian Belic, whose "Ghenghis Blues" was a small nonfiction sleeper hit, takes an uncomplicatedly admiring view of individuals whose high-road ideals and deeds may strike some as undercut by a self-appointed Robin Hood bravado.
It comes to something when the French resort to calling Syrah grapes "Shiraz" Aussie-style, and then name a terrific little red wine Le Froglet, but this newly-arrived purply red brew from Languedoc is a bargain ( fresh and uncomplicatedly fruity, packed full of soft bramble, blackcurrant, black cherry and plum flavours and maybe even a hint of chocolate.
Meanwhile, his image as an "Ascendancy evangelist" is tempered as Patten recalls readers to the fact that his fidelity to the Castle did not align Ferguson uncomplicatedly with a landed elite.
He had never felt more uncomplicatedly friendly toward anyone in his life.
These indigenous-centered narratives challenge the ways in which historians in the past have conceived of Civil Rights as generically "integrationist," and Black Power as uncomplicatedly "separatist.
The temperaments and family status of Jane and Bingley correspond uncomplicatedly.
There is much more that is false than true in this line of thinking, which in essence reduces either to a mistrust or misunderstanding of film itself, or to an uncritical, idolatrous attachment to certain novels (and often a facile understanding of novelistic form and of semiotics, as if a novel by Jane Austen were somehow uncomplicatedly adaptable--as if the aesthetic, 'ontological,' and semiotic leap weren't just as great as for Proust).
I have attempted to do some of this in my book, for which I have received far more virulent attacks from the Right than the Left--for not being uncomplicatedly pro-American enough, and, yet again, for including too much culture in my judgements.
Alluring and uncomplicatedly beautiful, this Kirov-trained ballerina is a skilled dance actress.
No," he replied uncomplicatedly, and began to point out the sights.
Brave seems to think technology is, uncomplicatedly, something "we" produce to satisfy "our" needs.
Most critics of Bennett's works have been prepared to accept Riceyman Steps as an unproblematic fulfillment of the stylistic and ideological aspirations apparently expressed so uncomplicatedly here.