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01. Do you think that our world will eventually be destroyed by pollution or do you think that [technology] will be able to save us?
02. The speed of [technological] change is so great in some jobs now that employees are obliged to continually study, and upgrade their skills.
03. Somebody told me that the [technology] used to make a musical greeting card is more sophisticated than that used in cars of 20 years ago.
04. Young people need to have good computer skills these days if they want to get a job in the new [hi-tech] industries which are opening up.
05. John Tudor once remarked that [technology] makes it possible for people to gain control over everything except [technology].
06. A number of Muslim countries are now using satellite [technology] to assist in moon sightings, used to determine Islamic holidays.
07. The discoveries of Albert Einstein began a [technological] revolution that has generated more change in a century than in the previous two thousand years.
08. [Technological] developments such as the development of the steam engine laid the foundation for the Industrial Revolution.
09. New laser [technology] has allowed many people with vision problems to see clearly once again.
10. Some people suggest that some day [technology] may actually replace the classroom teacher, but I don't think that will ever happen because I believe people like to learn from another human being, at least for part of the time.
11. Freeman Dyson once said that [technology] is a gift of God. After the gift of life it is perhaps the greatest of God's gifts. It is the mother of civilizations, of arts and of sciences.
12. The aborigines of Australia had an elaborate ritual life, supported by the world's simplest known material [technologies].
13. New [technology] has made violent video games increasingly realistic.
14. Without using precision instruments, a Greek mathematician measured the radius of earth in the third century B.C., and came within 1 percent of the value determined by today's sophisticated [technology].
15. After independence, many foreign healthcare specialists arrived in Lithuania to train doctors and nurses in the latest medical [technologies].
16. Much of the modern [technology] used today in wristwatches was developed in Switzerland.
17. In 1980, China established four special economic zones in order to attract foreign investors, [technology], and expertise.
18. Although still a largely agricultural country, Costa Rica has expanded its economy to include strong [technology] and tourism sectors.
19. Computer [technology] is becoming an increasingly essential part of the modern learning process.
20. Japan is presently more [technologically] advanced than China, but China is catching up quickly.
21. In World War One, hand to hand combat was replaced by [technological] weaponry which did not require enemy soldiers to come face to face.
22. [Technological] progress and our standard of living are intimately related to energy consumption.

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