technical term

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At any rate, when you watch those live crabs that nestle here on this bonnet, such an idea will be almost sure to occur to you; unless, indeed, your fancy has been fixed by the technical term crown also bestowed upon it; in which case you will take great interest in thinking how this mighty monster is actually a diademed king of the sea, whose green crown has been put together for him in this marvellous manner.
I hope she steered herself, skiffed herself, paddled herself, larboarded and starboarded herself, or whatever the technical term may be, to the ceremony?
In a concluding round of great severity, the Reverend Septimus administered and escaped all sorts of punishment, and wound up by getting the old lady's cap into Chancery--such is the technical term used in scientific circles by the learned in the Noble Art-- with a lightness of touch that hardly stirred the lightest lavender or cherry riband on it.
But other minds may need some logical--I forget the technical terms.
A man who intermingled nameless argot with polysyllabic and technical terms, he would seem sometimes the veriest criminal, in speech, face, expression, everything; at other times the cultured and polished gentleman, and again, the philosopher and scientist.
The technical term for a being like Oogleeoog is "pain in the ass," but he likes Virginia, and his pranks never cause any real harm.
7 million weekly readers," I should have used the technical term "unique visitors," which is the closest available approximation of a website's readership, but is certainly bigger than the actual number of weekly readers.
The poll of 1,500 staff by recruitment firm Computer People showed that three out of four wasted more than an hour every week simply finding out what some technical term meant.
But he went on to say that so far as he is concerned, "lean" is "all about a mindset of leadership rather than a technical term.
For example, if an organization were to define a technical term in an instructional brochure and then decide to reuse that same piece of content on its Web site, the definition would be saved in the system only one time.
To create the shortcut--the technical term for it is a URI (uniform resource identifier)--right-click on any blank space on your desktop and choose New, Shortcut, and in the Create Shortcut dialog box that appears, type outlook:calendar and click on Next.
We have a technical term for people who do not change: dead.

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