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Singapore remains an illiberal, albeit effective, technocracy.
But some politicians build their careers on technocracy, detail, and competency.
GOOD AS the movie's hardware is, and the-technical credits seem endless, Lucas has not let technocracy overshadow the human element in his movie.
People in Western countries have been far too quick to throw centrist technocracy into the dustbin of history.
Singing with earnest clarity, Father John Misty indicts selfishness, ignorance, distraction, vanity, politics, self-delusion, dogmatism, technocracy, God and, by no means least, himself.
Normal rules of technocracy—everything private, special, secret, privileged—read differently in a place where young people wear snakes around their necks and charge strangers to take their pictures.
Although its legislature is elected, the union is in many ways a technocracy first.
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Definition of technocracy for English Language Learners
: a system in which people with a lot of knowledge about science or technology control a society
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