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guilt complex

A very strong and persistent feeling of guilt regarding something or some event. John developed a guilt complex after forcing his brother to move out.
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Jan 1: SNGPL vs SSGC (UBL Sports Complex, Karachi); HBL vs PTV (SBP Sports Complex, Karachi); Wapda vs KRL (NBP Sports Complex, Karachi); NBP vs UBL (Niaz Stadium, Hyderabad).
The band corresponding to azomethine showed broadening and a shift to longer wavelength on going from ligand to complex, indicating coordination of ligand to metal through the azomethine moiety [20].
Peaks corresponding to these in complex - I and II were 1220 cm -1 and 1217 cm -1 respectively.
After the shifting of sessions courts to the Judicial Complex, other dispersed courts in the city including tribunal accountability courts, special judge central, drug court, consumer court and custom court would also be shifted to the complex besides that plan was underway to construct an under-pass to connect district courts with the newly erected Judicial Complex in order to approach the complex easily and avoid traffic hurdle.
Although Bistricer said that Clipper Equity was committed to preserve long-term affordability at the complex, experts have warned that in order to make a healthy return he may have to compromise some of Starrett City's historic position as a provider of homes for working and middle class families through the Mitchell-Lama program, which provides tax breaks to developers.
Because investment decisions in the financial world rely on speed and decimal point accuracy, corporate treasuries need complex technology that simultaneously speeds and simplifies investment decision information.
5 million, is a major reconfiguration and rehabilitation of 98,000 square feet of the existing complex and its building support systems; expansion of the existing main building by 40,000 square feet; and construction of a new central plant.
I can't emphasize enough the degree to which these facilities are archaic," says David Overskei, who headed the task force that looked at restructuring the complex.
By contrast, mathematicians have modeled complex networks such as the World Wide Web as infinite dimensional because there's no realistic way to fit such a network, with hubs having so many links, into a finite-dimensional space.
He also says being near a good school will help your resell value, but purchasing near a freeway, business complex, or an airport may hurt your chances of selling.
By identifying complex design issues such as clock domain crossings and testability problems early at RTL, SpyGlass reduces late gate level to RTL iterations and helps AMD minimize development costs and achieve more predictable schedules," said Ghulam Nurie, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Atrenta.
He directed me to the Osceola County Stadium Softball Complex, which is located near Disney.
Biological systems are highly complex and their behavior can be nonlinear.
Then again at others, the research is disappointing: "The major discovery to emerge from the [Santa Fe] Institute thus far is that 'it's very hard to do science on complex systems,'" writes John Horgan of Scientific American, quoting University of Chicago mathematical biologist Jack D.