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the application of scientific principles and know-how in the development and operation of industrial processes, systems and products. See AUTOMATION, NUMERICAL CONTROL, ROBOT, COMPUTER, PRODUCTION LINE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING, NEW-PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.

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the application of scientific and technical knowledge in order to improve products and production processes. See TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESSIVENESS, PRODUCTIVITY.
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The research, which is being presented at this year's 'European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases' (ECCMID), claimed that the new technique could also improve hand hygiene compliance.
Each technique is reviewed in a standardized format.
Inferior alveolar nerve block was the most favoured primary local anesthesis technique (96.3%) whereas intraligamentary was the most frequently used supplemental local anesthesia technique (37.8%).
The technique has been dubbed by him as the aACAyDubai Technique'.
The Dubai technique is now being taught to cardiologists from Europe through training sessions conducted in Dubai Hospital.
This text has been described by the authors as a practical guide to taping techniques used in the management of musculoskeletal conditions within a scientific frame work.
Round used 1 contra pailding of technique and against Koreaa used 2 direct pailding, in 3.
The technique produces an overall effect of fierceness, something many working choreographers desire.
Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, theory and concert of newly composed works.
Written by expert physical therapist Bernard Schatz, The Schatz Technique: Loving Touch Can Change the World and Reverse Chronic Pain is an extensive discussion of chronic pain caused by contracted tissues that press on nerves, and means to treat it.
When a K12 supervisor recently observed a teacher in a classroom with continuing discipline problems, he noticed that she consistently violated a fundamental teaching technique by asking "everyone questions." Questions such as "Is everyone on page fifty-three?" and "Did everybody get a handout?" invite every student to respond, which increases classroom noise and threatens control.

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