(1) These were important landmarks in the long battle to standardize the labyrinthine world of the law.(2) The labyrinthine diplomacy and politics of the Italian wars are the real subject of this painstaking book about what Jem meant to others.(3) On his travels through the dark, labyrinthine streets of Victorian London, he also meets and falls in love with prostitute Mary Kelly.(4) In the worst possible outcome, the labyrinthine tactics, Byzantine politics and convoluted logic will delay action.(5) This is a labyrinthine complex of interconnecting political institutions, traditions and culture.(6) Squirrelled away on a mountainside a couple of miles out of town, this is a labyrinthine and deliciously old - fashioned collection of baths and treatment rooms.(7) Truly staggering amounts of money, from a variety of well-meaning friends, disappeared into his labyrinthine system of debts, leaving nothing to show.(8) In the process, he unravelled the labyrinthine means by which a painting bought by war profiteers and sold to German army looters found its way into the cultural heart of Britain.(9) Backstage, hidden away in its unseen archives, labyrinthine corridors and a warren of dark store-rooms are more clues to the lives of Nicholas and Alexandra.(10) Sheppards House is one of those labyrinthine '60s blocks where the steps are always damp and you can live next to your neighbours for years without ever bumping into them.(11) In the labyrinthine back alleys of Kabul, a rusted iron gate and a hand-painted sign mark the entrance to Alam Faizad School, where 4,000 children are enrolled for the first week of classes.(12) Rendon Photography and Fine Art, Garcia Glass, Bower Gallery and Isaac Maxwell Metal are among the galleries found along Southtown's labyrinthine streets.(13) Through re-examining these lost moments of time spent wandering the labyrinthine cityscape, Onda has processed and tweaked aspects of the captured fragments and played them back in real time.(14) What saves Auster's story from ponderousness is the sheer verve with which he follows his narrator through the labyrinthine plot.(15) The town's labyrinthine streets and alleys are dotted with ancient churches and neat rows of elegant 16 th-century mansions.(16) Chinguetti, a town that sits on the edge of an immense sea of sand like a harbour village, is a sprawl of labyrinthine streets and walled courtyards.