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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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It was traced on ruled lines, in the cramped, conventional, copy-book character technically termed "small hand.
I got into the first coach with three companions; the rest bestowed themselves in the other vehicles; two large baskets were made fast to the lightest; two large stone jars in wicker cases, technically known as demi-johns, were consigned to the 'least rowdy' of the party for safe-keeping; and the procession moved off to the ferryboat, in which it was to cross the river bodily, men, horses, carriages, and all, as the manner in these parts is.
This boat had always been deemed one of the spare boats, though technically called the captain's, on account of its hanging from the starboard quarter.
He had risen very rapidly, but from very dirty beginnings; being first a "nark" or informer, and then a money-lender: but as solicitor to the Eyres he had the sense, as I say, to keep technically straight until he was ready to deal the final blow.
Sunderland-based Technically Compatible already works with companies all over the world, helping firms to screen candidates for IT roles by putting their skills to the test.
The Marcellus Shale contains about 84 Tcf of undiscovered, technically recoverable natural gas and 3.
Actually, technically, legally, you see it, its an act of war.
Meanwhile the more technically gifted teachers taught the more technically gifted children in secondary modern schools.
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.
SSC and CSI each protest that the agency improperly evaluated their respective proposals as technically unacceptable, and that the agency improperly evaluated the proposal submitted by Logistics & Environmental Support Services Corporation (LESCO) as technically acceptable.
In addition, our company would grow and become more technically competent to allow us to supply the industry better.
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