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  • He honed his tech­nical skills on reliefs as early as 1918, just as World War One was finishing.

    Charles Sargeant Jagger II: low reliefs

  • Though Third World firms might lack cutting-edge tech-nical equipment, their experience often makes them more adept at operating in developing markets.

    Curse of Friendship

  • The EPA shall develop tech-nical assistance materials to assist agencies in meeting the 50 percent reduction goal of this section.

    Executive Order On Leadership In Environmental Management

  • This will include providing tech - nical back-up, research teams and any other assistance that may be necessary to the negotiating team.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The two types of separate tripping mechanisms guarantee excellent protection against over-current (heat) and short circuit for the downstream electrotech-nical installation.

    8. Protective, control and supervisory systems as important additional equipment for power installations

  • Architecture of Matter (London, 1962), a generally nontech - nical but comprehensive historical survey.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Joseph Justus (the younger) Scaliger (1540-1609) takes up the classification of the European languages by matrices linguae or “mother languages” (in a tech - nical sense) of which there are, according to him, eleven.


  • In the twentieth century it has been difficult to reconcile this bleak vista with the outlook of most cosmological theories emerging, even when no tech - nical inconsistencies could be argued.


  • Elsewhere Aquinas laid foundations for the important doctrine of analogy, whereby tech - nical theological theory when applied to God could be held to avoid the dual threats of literal anthro - pomorphism, on the one hand, and vacuous equivoca - tion, on the other.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Glover, less charming than Thomson's but more tech - nical, dealing with gravitation, light, and color.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas


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