That was a technique that, at that time, I was very much into.
For more apprehensive public speakers, he offers what he calls “assuredness along with technique.”
He attended the New England Culinary Institute, where he spent three years learning the basics of technique.
Many teachers now think of the Socratic method as the technique of encouraging students to say whatever they know about a topic.
A decade later, Man Ray would be using the technique in an advertising campaign for a Parisian utility.
But the technique of this second involution of reflection is not supplied by some new and unique entity.
His technique was faulty, his colors daring, perhaps—but his triumph was for that the greater.
It made the elaboration of a technique of instruction relatively easy.
With me it is the technique that is to seek; with you the ideas!
The main stress, perhaps, is laid upon practical results, and the technique of industry.
technique tech·nique (těk-nēk') or tech·nic (těk'nĭk)
The skill and procedure with which a surgical operation or experiment, for example, is carried out.