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/tekˈnēk/,
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techniques, plural;
  1. A way of carrying out a particular task, esp. the execution or performance of an artistic work or a scientific procedure

  2. Skill or ability in a particular field
    • - he has excellent technique
    • - an established athlete with a very good technique
  3. A skillful or efficient way of doing or achieving something
    • - tape recording is a good technique for evaluating our own communications

  1. a practical method or art applied to some particular task
  2. proficiency: skillfulness in the command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity; "practice greatly improves proficiency"
  3. Technique is the fifth original album by New Order, released in 1989. Partly recorded on the island of Ibiza, it incorporates Balearic beat and acid house influences into the group's electro/rock sound.
  4. Technique was a female alternative synth pop band from the mid-1990s featuring Kate Holmes of Frazier Chorus and singer Xan Tyler. The band was named after the New Order's 1989 album of the same name, and they were signed to the record label owned by Holmes's husband - Alan McGee's Creation Records.
  5. Musical technique is the study of natural, minor, major, and chromatic scales, minor and major triads, dominant and diminished sevenths, formula patterns and arpeggios. ...
  6. Hybrid Theory is the first EP by Linkin Park, then known as Hybrid Theory. Recorded and self-released in May 1999, later that year, the band changed its name to Linkin Park and Hybrid Theory was re-mixed and remastered for another limited release in 2001, with minor changes in the credits and ...
  7. The Technique, also known as the "Nique," is the official student newspaper of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia and has referred to itself as "the South's liveliest college newspaper" since 1945. ...
  8. (Techniques (Pokemon)) The gameplay of the Pokémon series of role-playing video games involves the capture and training of a variety of fictional creatures called "Pokémon" and using them to battle other trainers. ...
  9. The practical aspects of a given art, occupation etc.; formal requirements. [from 19th c.]; Practical ability in some given field or practice, often as opposed to creativity or imaginative skill. [from 19th c. ...
  10. (TECHNIQUES) A fixed combination of basics used against an opponent in a given situation. Taught in three phases–Ideal Phase (model), What If, and Formulation (grafting).
  11. (TECHNIQUES) Much like the word ‘tactic,’ this term refers to any specific thing you can do to increase the overall performance and impact of your marketing and sales copy.
  12. (Techniques) A systematic procedure that has been developed to make it easier to find or follow something.
  13. (Techniques) Barbecuing encompasses two distinct type of cooking technique. One type is grilling over direct heat, usually a hot fire (i.e. over 500F) for a short time (minutes). Grilling may be done over wood, charcoal or gas fires. ...
  14. (Techniques) Cartography · Geographic Information Systems (GIS) · Geostatistics · Global Positioning System (GPS) · Remote sensing · Spatial data analysis · Qualitative methods
  15. (Techniques) Discrete Fourier transform (DFT) | Discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT) | bilinear transform | Z-transform, advanced Z-transform
  16. (Techniques) I love creating highly textured backgrounds for my art journal pages.  Every page goes through several stages before I feel like they are done.  I have a before and after page that I’ll write about in my next post.
  17. (Techniques) Traditional animation · Limited animation · Rotoscoping · Stop Motion · Clay (strata-cut) · Cutout (silhouette) · Graphic · Model (go motion) · Object · Pixilation · Puppetoon · Computer animation · Flash animation · PowerPoint animation · SVG animation · Cel-shaded animation · ...
  18. (techniques) (in  metalwork: Embossing, or repoussé; in  metalwork: 18th century; in  metalwork: Pre-Columbian )
  19. (techniques) Methods or procedures used to achieve a specific purpose in drama. The term relates to the use of voice, facial expression, gesture and movement.
  20. (techniques) Specific methods or approaches used in a larger process; for example, graduation of value or hue in painting or conveying linear perspective through overlapping, shading, or varying size or color.
  21. (techniques) Technical skills and methods to achieve a practical task.
  22. Techniques are informative suggestions and examples for ways in which the success criteria of a checkpoint might be satisfied and implemented.
  23. A specific approach to performing a task. A methodical means of handling and communicating complex details.
  24. A defined systematic procedure employed by a human resource to perform an activity to produce a product or result or deliver a service, and that may employ one or more tools.
  25. A well-defined procedure used to accomplish a specific activity or task.  More than one technique may be available for accomplishing a specific activity or task.  Selection of the technique should be based on project approach, available tools, etc.