As president, he would offer four years of technocratic, corporate power.
For all his technocratic brilliance, however, Gamal desperately lacks any hint of a common touch.
The futurists she meets are full of bold predictions and technocratic optimism.
In stark contrast with the sunny personality of his predecessor, Tony Blair, Brown's demeanor is dour, recessive and technocratic.
This approach, although often grounded in good intention, can easily morph into a technocratic authoritarianism.
Within a business, someone with the technocratic mindset does not get very far.
Nonetheless, the fact remains that these votes were, from a technocratic perspective, very risky.
The Pas-udeti civilization was stable; it had reached a certain point of technocratic development and then leveled off.
Centaurus, older and less virile than Terra, was unable to match Terras rate of technocratic advance.
It is famous because it is non-partisan and technocratic in nature.