It is highly secretive; believers are sworn not to reveal the intricacies of the faith to outsiders.
Improbable as it sounds, we connected over the intricacies of pasta-making, a basic skill students repeated almost every day.
Shrewd though it is about fame and dead marriages, at heart the novel are the intricacies of female friendship.
This further highlights the intricacies of the Syrian conflict.
This wasn't a PBS seminar on the intricacies of the federal budget.
Not being a native of Friendship, she had difficulty in mastering the intricacies of its relationships.
Milt had tried to be insulting, but had got lost in the intricacies of the insult.
There is an endless series of these, and they render the history of German currency a perfect jungle of intricacies.
Wonderful how you can cope with the intricacies of the manufacture of such things.
He never pretended to follow the intricacies of men's reasoning about the future.