01. Whenever you read a scientific or [technical] text in English, you will probably encounter many words you do not know.
02. All [technical] questions should be directed to the staff at the computer help desk.
03. The program was delayed, due to [technical] difficulties.
04. I had trouble understanding the [technical] language in the book.
05. He doesn''t have the [technical] knowledge required to deal with any serious computer problems.
06. Japan is perhaps the most [technically]-advanced nation in the world.
07. After World War Two, Syria was still [technically] under French authority.
08. More than 300 [technical] staff gathered around computers at Microsoft Corp.'s headquarters on New Year's Eve 1999, marking the new millennium by waiting to see if there were any major problems which might be generated as a result of Y2K bugs.
09. After going through a revolution, Cuba received a great deal of financial and [technical] help from the U.S.S.R.
10. Figure skater Elvis Stojko's routine is probably the most [technically] difficult program in the competition.
11. Possession of marijuana is [technically] illegal, but the police tend to ignore possession of small amounts of the drug.
12. The report was full of [technical] language that no one but an expert could understand.
13. Albert Einstein once said, "Concern for man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all [technical] endeavor. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations."
14. Comedian Bob Hope once remarked, "I do benefits for all religions -- I'd hate to blow the hereafter on a [technicality]."
15. Eric Hoffer once observed that where there is the necessary [technical] skill to move mountains, there is no need for the faith that moves mountains.
16. Modern man already possesses the [technical] power to solve the problems of pollution, overpopulation, and dwindling natural resources.
17. Any online course must have adequate [technical] support in case of computer problems.
18. Sometime after the classical age of Ancient Greece, a reaction against [technical] complexities resulted in the simplification of Greek music.
19. He is a [technically] brilliant piano player.

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