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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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In fact hybridity, rather than being depicted as an uncomplicatedly positive force for transnational community-forming, often both results from and leads to trauma.
That Maria's uncle's sexual "passion" primarily manifests itself through his written communication complicates Maria's presentation of him as uncomplicatedly heterosexual, in virtue of the fact that his letters are not directly sent to his female beloved.
This understanding of knowledge construction moves away from the belief that children are merely born into their sex or uncomplicatedly learn their gender and sexuality.
For this reason, "edifying" games with which the garner can uncomplicatedly identify are misleading.
The final lesson of Pinnock's novel may be that what we now uncomplicatedly refer to as Western art is itself not an essential, unified concept, but refers rather to the cultural products of long and continuing histories of migration, and to works of art that are themselves scattered among art galleries and collections all over the world.
Whoever heard of people uncomplicatedly nice, happy and with a bob or two in their pockets as well?
According to Mr Gove these publications paint a picture of women as being "permanently, lasciviously, uncomplicatedly available".
"Titles such as Nuts and Zoo paint a picture of women as permanently, lasciviously, uncomplicatedly available.
But such analysis doesn't change the fact that using "pastoral" to mean "uncomplicatedly rural" is now firmly embedded in American English.
The king and his advisers thus created a new terror by which subjectivity and state security were mutually defined, and this mutuality, Karen Cunningham argues, was reinforced by Protestant ideologies of a truth that was uncomplicatedly present in speech, a true record of inner intentions.
make both inspirational and off-putting company in "Beyond the Call." 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.