cumbersomeness


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Noun1.cumbersomeness - trouble in carrying or managing caused by bulk or shapecumbersomeness - trouble in carrying or managing caused by bulk or shape; "the movers cursed the unwieldiness of the big piano"
troublesomeness, worriment, inconvenience - a difficulty that causes anxiety
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The ugly cumbersomeness of the furniture alone impressed her now.
He, however, frowned on the cumbersomeness in obtaining approvals for setting up refineries in Nigeria.
But after much explanation, the doubts have given way to a kind of euphoria internally, but also among the economic operators who had endured the cumbersomeness of the old system.
Criticism of proposals for such disclosure, such as the supposed cumbersomeness of disclosure requirements, or arguments that such requirements might encroach on privacy, are not valid in regard to the mining sector.
Conventional methods like proportion method are cumbersomeness and have longturnaround time.
The sheer cumbersomeness of our constitutional structure usually requires extended negotiation leading to a substantial consensus before the government can act, and the spectacle of continuous public extemporizing makes it difficult for our leaders to pretend that they command events.
at 959 (invalidating a decades-old practice of legislative vetoes reflected in more than 200 statutes on originalist and textualist grounds and observing that "[t]here is no support in the Constitution or decisions of this Court for the proposition that the cumbersomeness and delays often encountered in complying with explicit constitutional standards may be avoided").
The property registration procedure has remained plagued with cumbersomeness for a long time.
Considering the said and to avoid cumbersomeness the reference system was designed and developed as two separate subsystems:
The cumbersomeness of the process drives many to smuggling or paying off corrupt officials to facilitate their shipments, even as import tariffs are already low enough to be paid legitimately (mostly zero for Asean goods, in fact)-if only trade transaction processes in Customs and other trade regulatory agencies were streamlined and made easy for traders.
This day, deemed exceptional, helped pinpoint some issues of concern such as cumbersomeness of the administration and communication problems that still hamper the achievement of common goals.