Did you perhaps mean tech?
- n. Plural form of tech.
“Now the fear for moms is not in techs but in children: too many questions about health, futur, education … lot of confusion in running a real family with more than one child!”
“Are they limiting the program to government War Criminals are are they opening it up to torture techs from the CIA and Army?”
“The accent of the Indian techs is not the biggest problem, it is their refusal to open their ears and listen.”
“If you call the techs they will tell you to put 10-15 pages in.”
“The best return you can hope for from pretty much all techs is in the vicinity of 35%, so you’re taking an already not particularly efficient system, and cutting it to 35% effectiveness?”
“The techs are the one's that make the decisions for most people.”
“Officials have been instructed to call techs when players make an overt gesture or linger too long to debate a call.”
“One day one of us drives and the other one 'techs' -- rides in the back with the patient.”
“- during the 2007 playoffs in particular, the refs called techs at an alarming rate, needlessly inserting themselves into the action - and tackling the perception that referees favor certain star players, which the recent report specifies as a real concern.”
“The "techs" are outsourced and don't listen or don't understand English very well.”
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