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a.1.Like or pertaining to a labyrinth.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The cave itself is characterized by all the conventions of the Gothic genre: it is dark, covered with cobwebs, filled with human bones and skulls, but also labyrinthic and containing a monster at its centre that the tale's hero needs to confront.
Therefore, a set of Human Rights focused on the "new" media, the so-called "Fourth Generation", becomes a task, with almost labyrinthic features, necessary to resolve and to consider in every debate centered on the Internet (Dutton & Peltu, 2007).
weather the nightmarish and labyrinthic paperwork that follows cops