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a pickup truck with a gun mounted on it

(basketball) a foul that can be assessed on a player or a coach or a team for unsportsmanlike conduct

of or relating to technique or proficiency in a practical skill

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characterizing or showing skill in or specialized knowledge of applied arts and sciences

of or relating to a practical subject that is organized according to scientific principles

of or relating to or requiring special knowledge to be understood

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resulting from or dependent on market factors rather than fundamental economic considerations

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Carl Jones, managing director of Technically Compatible, said the move to the centre was an important step in ensuring that the business was in the right place to accommodate exciting plans for growth and development.
The increase in undiscovered, technically recoverable resource is due to new geologic information and engineering data, as technological developments in producing unconventional resources have been significant in the last decade.
Meanwhile the more technically gifted teachers taught the more technically gifted children in secondary modern schools.
Adds Vai Logic in Mideastern US; Expands Technically Speaking in Northwest
IF England are ever to win the World Cup or European Championship they will, at some stage, have to beat technically superior opponents.
The early exercises may be technically challenging and rhythmically simple, or the opposite: technically simple and rhythmically challenging.
Arnold Rampersad, the senior editor of The Oxford Anthology of African American Poetry, writes that in compiling this collection, "We would not include a poem simply because it was thought to be of historical importance, or of some other significance, if we saw it as also technically flawed in some obvious way.
Visually and technically, ``Accomplice'' is an ambitious and complicated show.
If the insurance industry--and insurance buyers--could agree to maintain "the technically correct price," it could end the fluctuating hard and soft market cycle and benefit everyone's bottom line, said James J.
In addition, our company would grow and become more technically competent to allow us to supply the industry better.
Oedipus Rex (1956) is technically a feature film, but it is simply a photographed version of the stage play as directed by Tyrone Guthrie at the Stratford Festival, Ontario.
15) Notify vendors prior to Best and Final if they are/are not technically acceptable.
care must be taken to provide solutions that are doable, technically viable and will indeed accomplish the desired results.
My mentality was that my staff and I had to be technically competent.
HR people frequently hear that too much of a new hire's time was spent creating documents for a technically challenged boss who refused to master basic programs.
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