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low tech

n
1. (General Engineering) short for low technology
2. (Furniture) a style of interior design using items associated with low technology
adj
3. (General Engineering) of or using low technology
4. (Furniture) of or in the interior design style
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Low tech perhaps, but the methodology has been working for millennia.
Private equity financial buyer is seeking diversified low tech manufacturing acquisitions.
Wouldn't many of them be surprised indeed to find that what they think is a typical job shop with lots of labor and the lowest of low tech has long ago headed west to the Far East or south across the Rio Grande?
The development of the Law Enforcement Curriculum was decidedly low tech and focused on face-to-face meetings, except for a web-based survey instrument used at the end of the process to validate the curriculum and standards.
Permanently installed thermometers are a great, low tech way to monitor boiler efficiency, they cost about $250.
Low tech devices for someone with a visual impairment might include magnifying glasses or magnifying sheets used to enlarge text and pictures.
I went from high tech to low tech," says Bedard, 50, who quit his phone company technician's job in 1999 to devote his energy fulltime to his craft.
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With-the low tech intervention of a firm seat and firm back his image was changed.
Low Tech Hacking focuses on the everyday hacks that, while simple in nature, actually add up to the most significant losses.