1) To be made aggravating by unneeded complication.
2) Confuckulated processes seemingly designed to cause frustration.
The new standard operating procedure for version control is faggravating.
The act of giving birth to a child
Mrs Malone's childbirth went without complication
-One of the oldest languages. An Indo-European language driven from Avestan and Sanskrit.
-Also referred to a person who speaks the modern Persian, also known as Parsi or Farsi.
-Also race of the royal cats, with long hair, usually white, short legs and elegant noises. Persian Cat is originally comes from Iran(former Persia).
-Persian people may have very variant complication depend on what part of the country they originally come from: The Persians from the north (Caspian coast) tend to have a fair complication with blond or light/mild brown hair and blue/green/hazzle eyes, Persians from central regions normally have fair skin and dark hair, Persians from the south and south east usually have olive complication. becaue the climate differes radicly from the extrem cold in the north to extrem heat in the south. very moist in northen forests and very dry in central desert.
There are more poems in Persian than any other languages in the world. And Iran has more poets than any other nation, even China.
1) An Ardamian (Klei) word meaning "Shadow".
2) The rank of the highest authorities in Ardam.
The Umshaads vetoed the decision to enact a new section of the Code of Ardam, deeming it an unnecessary complication of a simple set of rules.
1) Any unintended amibiguity, divulgence, or complication that results from a written or spoken statement because the author failed to properly visualize how others would interpret him.
The etymology is from a poster with the screen name "KainMorpheus" on an online forum (www.intellectualwhores.com/forum).
2) "k error"
Imagine the following test question:
1) Blah blah bleugh blippity blah blah?
a) Between 60 and 75%
b) More than 40%
c) More than 75%
d) Less than 60%
e) Between 0 and 25%
This is a kain error because the nature of the answer choices themselves reveal the correct answer (d).
Something that is way to complicated, or confusing, and cannot possibly be explained to someone.
A combination of confusion and complication.
Im confucated from the fact that you can actually do that!
BarryMan is confucating.
I see there is someone stating that the Jehovah Witnesses don't accept blood transfusions and that nowhere in the bible does it say anything about blood. Well I strongly disagree, I can tell you it is very clear Act 15:20 KJV "But what we write unto them, that they abstain from pollutions of idols, and from fornication and from things strangled(or killed without draining their blood) and from Blood."
Most people think a child died because the parents are Jehovah witnesses and they don't accept blood but didn't you think maybe the child died from complications and because they don't accept transfusions the child died from a complication.
Also look in to acts 2 15:28-29. "Jehovah Witness actually receive better medical treatment because they don't accept blood" (American Journal of Obstetrics and gynecology 1968).
All surguries including open heart surgery, brain surgury you name it. The army is actually now using the methods Witnesses have been using for years because there blood supply is down.
I'm so glad people don't know what they are talking about that they convince themselves that they know everything. Don't claim to know what the bible says or doesn't say if you have never read it. I will always quote from the King James Version, which is what is normally used in most christain churches. I am not a Jehovah Witness but I have studied with them and they are wonderful people and they don't just make up crazy things from no where their beliefs come staight from the bible. While everyone who is not a witness is reading this consider one thing where in the bible does it tell you that you are going to heaven if you are good? Good luck (just a hint it isn't in there I've studied the entire bible)