untechnical


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untechnical

(ʌnˈtɛknɪkəl)
adj
not technical
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Adj.1.untechnical - not characteristic of or skilled in applied arts and sciencesuntechnical - not characteristic of or skilled in applied arts and sciences; "nontechnical aspects of the job"; "nontechnical training"; "an untechnical reader"; "in clear effective nontechnical language"
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That might have cheered the lad and fed his hopes a little, if there had not come at the same time the much-dreaded blow of finding that his father must be a bankrupt, after all; at least, the creditors must be asked to take less than their due, which to Tom's untechnical mind was the same thing as bankruptcy.
"Germany's decision to sanction Mahan Air company is political and untechnical and the Islamic Republic of Iran has filed a strong protest at Berlin and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)," Abedzadeh said on Wednesday.
With almost no exceptions, his analyses are relatively short and untechnical, illustrating main themes, with these separated by concise descriptive texts.
But when I saw the instrument in a big box and admitted that I was too untechnical to assemble it I was downhearted.
As I proposed at the beginning of the article, one question academics might ask of Toronto city council's decision to endorse the Hybrid alternative for the Gardiner Expressway (as well as other public policy decisions), against nearly all expert provided advice, is: "What aspect of expert advice did elected officials not understand that led them to such a contradictory conclusion?" This is a pertinent question that seems reasonable to ask, although it is premised on the assumption that elected officials are breaching a trust held between themselves and experts by not following expert guidance, and that doing so is either untechnical or unscientific.
This is the reviewer's answer to his own first question, 'Does the book set forth clearly for the general reader, in untechnical terms, economic truth with more success than previous works?' (Mills 1916, 879):
THREE Romanian best friends have chosen Newcastle as a base to launch their strippeddown photo-sharing service, aimed at even the most untechnical of minds.
I sat down with the hostess of Kansas' slightly untechnical inaugural wedding expo to learn more about her, her passion, and what she's bringing to the table altar.
He was thus left at leisure to do his proper work, to coordinate his ideas with his facts, and to express them in natural, untechnical language." A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, 1873, see Dover, 1954, vol.
In a recent talk at the Aperture Foundation in New York, Kim described her tool in highly untechnical terms as a low-budget Yashica; Matthew Schnipper's introduction to the 2009 monograph Sandy Kim (Unpiano Books) has it that she's often lost said Yashica and used a disposable instead.
Download it, it's free and to someone as untechnical as me it is a miracle.
It looks as though even a couple of unemployed, uneducated and 'untechnical' idiots have a chance at nabbing a spot at the search engine giant.Yes, the movie is predictable and cliched, but that doesn't mean it wasn't funny and enjoyable.