overcomplex

overcomplex

(ˌəʊvəˈkɒmplɛks)
adj
excessively complicated, intricate, or involved: an overcomplex pattern.
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Cleveland Police upheld 19% of complaints and 24% of its investigation appeals Dame Anne Owers, chairwoman of the IPCC, said: "The figures for England and Wales show a complaints system that is both overcomplex and inconsistent, and is clearly failing to satisfy a significant number of complainants.
Some might find them a touch overcomplex, as if they'd taken one prerequisite for Northern pub food - quantity - and responded by throwing as many flavours and textures onto the plate as the kitchen could manage.
And this in turn leads him to suggest that much of the 2008 crisis flowed from overcomplex regulation (to which, one might add, several thousand pages of new financial regulations have since been added in the form of legislation such as Dodd-Frank).
Plaid Cymru's education spokesman Simonomas said: "e Government proposes an overcomplex system of grading for primary schools, banding for secondary schools and yet another national categorisation system driven by the regional consortia.
With all the added cost in fuel and repairs to these often overcomplex machines, what you really need is height and toughness.
Even after nearly twenty years of economic reform, the historical legacy makes it difficult for SOEs to adopt new practices (Ding/Goodall/Warner 2000) and hence their management structure remains overcomplex and inclined to redundancy.
You don't want to overcomplicate yoghurt as people are generally looking to go back to basics with food--the days of overcomplex ingredients are gone.
Overcomplex solutions demanded too much of IT and delivered too little.
Sir David was appointed after the Government described the current regulation set-up as 'outdated, inflexible, overcomplex and insufficiently transparent'.
I agree with Curthoys that certain ways of doing feminist theory are poorly oriented to activism, overcomplex and inaccessible, genuflect to fashionable male theorists and ignore women's contributions.
No - in some places the amendments are overcomplex and the main problem in my opinion is that there are unfair restrictions on the right to use Welsh - and that worries me.
Today KELLEY PRICE takes a look at the new scheme which, while aiming to tackle the UK's commitment to cut carbon, has already been described as overcomplex and an added burden for business.