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Use "trickiness" in a sentence
"Writing in the 1930s, Gallico claimed that basketball “appeals to the Hebrew with his Oriental background because the game places a premium on an alert, scheming mind and flashy trickiness, artful dodging and general smartalecness.”"
""There's some trickiness in how the substations work," he said."
"Although the shifts here go up to 7%, much bigger than the 3% CDF quote, it is still a good illustration of the trickiness of systematic uncertainties."