techniques


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techniques

Non-prescriptive ways or methods used to perform missions, functions, or tasks. See also procedures; tactics.
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The highlights in this part of the work are cleverly managed, the MOTIF is admirably subordinated to the ground tints, and the technique is very fine.
A deep simplicity touching many hidden springs, a profound regard for the noble uses of leisure, things which modern critics of life have taught us to despise -- these are the technique and the composition and colour of all their work.
Such skill, the skill of technique, is more than honesty; it is something wider, embracing honesty and grace and rule in an elevated and clear sentiment, not altogether utilitarian, which may be called the honour of labour.
Lord Lundie was rapidly improving in technique, though organ-grinding, unlike the Law, is more of a calling than a trade, and he hung occasionally on a dead centre.
Already, despite his inexperience with love technique, he was, in some mysterious manner, making progress.
But I will allow that the critic who has not a practical knowledge of technique is seldom able to say anything on the subject of real value, and my ignorance of painting is extreme.
Flanagan, without knowledge or technique, painted with the loose brush of a man who has spent a lifetime in the practice of the art.
He seems to possess complete command of the technique of poetry--every form of what may be called skill of hand in it; and what marks in [112] him the final achievement of poetic scholarship is the perfect balance his work presents of so many and varied effects, as regards both matter and form.
I don't care how nimble her fingers are, how perfect her technique, how wonderful her expression - the fact is, she knows nothing about music.
We have before noted that the enthusiasm for Greek and Latin literature which so largely underlay the Renaissance took in Ben Jonson and his followers, in part, the form of a careful imitation of the external technique of the classical writers.
She dislikes all organization, and probably confuses wealth with the technique of wealth.
There you have technique," he said, addressing Golenishtchev, alluding to a conversation between them about Vronsky's despair of attaining this technique.

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