But it is possible to simplify the major reasons for rockets being fired from Gaza at Sderot, and not Haifa or Rafah.
Even Gingrich, after complimenting Cain's attempt to simplify a complex idea, took a jab at the pizza guy.
He felt it important not to give in to the temptation to simplify, but rather to examine the challenge in all its complexity.
To simplify it radically: under federal law, individuals can give up to $2,600 to any candidate in any election cycle.
We need to expand and simplify the farm-worker program to address seasonal work needs.
Others have and confess the tendency to simplify everything.
That will simplify the whole matter, and trouble will cease.
I could not simplify myself, so the only thing left for me to do was to blot myself out altogether.
The hand of time had played over her freely, but only to simplify.
He did not hesitate to simplify or to distort if he could get nearer to that unknown thing he sought.
1650s, from French simplifier "to make simpler" (15c.), from Medieval Latin simplificare "to simplify," from Latin simplex "simple" (see simplex) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Meaning "to make easier to do" is from 1759. Related: Simplified; simplifying.