Yet the technical foundations of the Internet were created in a government-funded military lab.
A technical sovereign debt default triggered by a debt-ceiling stalemate would be a calamity for the American and world economies.
Several times, either because they forgot or they had a technical problem, they connected directly, and we could see them.
Alicia: It was gross more because of the technical aspect of it.
The final dresses, in fuchsia with embroidery, appliqué, layering and all manner of technical wizardry were a Cinderella dream.
In the technical language of the subject, the part of a flag nearest the pole is called the hoist, and the outer part the fly.
"Only technical ones for which I could have no possible use," said Linda.
For culture certainly means something quite different from learning or technical skill.
The most solemn of all realities have been degraded into the passwords of technical theology.
They are generally successful, and make very good Yankees, in the technical acceptation of the word.
1610s, "skilled in a particular art or subject," formed in English from Greek tekhnikos "of art," from tekhne "art, skill, craft" (see techno-). The sense narrowed to "having to do with the mechanical arts" (1727). Basketball technical foul (one which does not involve contact between opponents) is recorded from 1934. Boxing technical knock-out (one in which the loser is not knocked out) is recorded from 1921; abbreviation TKO is from 1940s.