technic

[ tek-nik or for 1, tek-neek ]SEE DEFINITION OF technic
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You can acquire all the technic you require, right here in Chicago.

All show distinctly a clinging to the technic of ceramic art.

We are certain that no routine method or technic can be developed.

Rosenthal's art probably matches Tausig's in technic and tone.

So much of the technic of the world to-day we take as a matter of course.

To make my purpose clear we will suppose that "technic" in art is handwriting.

What will follow this evolution of technic no man can predict.

There should be no technic in music which is not music in itself.

Tausig was a master of technic who had few, if any, equals in his time.

Properly understood, technic is art, and must be studied as such.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, "technical," from Latin technicus, from Greek tekhnikos "of or pertaining to art," from tekhne (see techno-).

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