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  • abbr. technology

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of technological; of technology.


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  • CardioNet, which makes systems that monitor heart-rhythm disorders, said it was "disappointed" in a decision by the federal agency that administers Medicare and Medicaid to keep reimbursement rates on some of its technol ogy as carrier-priced for next year.

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  • Worry that any introduction of replay technol ogy will send us spiraling downward to the point where all games will eventually played by soulless robots, just like pro golf.

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  • Ada Lovelace day or my tribute to women in technol...

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  • Among economists, the new consensus is that computers and related technol-ogies have improved the economy's long-term prospects.

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  • Although an eleventh-hour ruling by an appeals court lets Napster stay alive at least until mid-September, it's another question whether any site built on the popular but controversial technol-ogy of "peer to peer" file sharing can survive over the long term.

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  • The Google-chasers take heart in recent surveys, which indicate that competitors are catching up both in technol-ogy and in market share.


  • Many universities are already implementing technical controls to limit file-sharing technol-ogy on their networks.


  • Not im-pregnable, but as close to it as Necromonger technol-ogy could make it.

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  • Into the carbon and raw metal of a minor planet something had fitted elaborate technol - ogy.

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  • I wondered how our technol-ogy was going to help the Vietnamese.



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