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used in The Tipping Point

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a way of doing something
  • He started with the number seven train that connects Queens to midtown Manhattan, and began experimenting with new techniques to clean off the paint.
    Chapter 4 (26% in)
  • When I met him, I became convinced that knowing lots of people was a kind of skill, something that someone might set out to do deliberately and that could be perfected, and that those techniques were central to the fact that he knew everyone.
    Chapter 2 (21% in)
  • They borrowed techniques from television commercials to teach children about numbers.
    Chapter 3 (3% in)
  • He forced the producers to simplify dialogue and abandon certain techniques they had taken from adult television.
    Chapter 3 (36% in)
  • The notion of breaking down the production of Sesame Street into units small enough so they could address a single educational goal like an individual letter owed a lot to that technique of commercials.
    Chapter 3 (67% in)

There are no more uses of "technique" in The Tipping Point.

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