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Based on this etymological information, what is the meaning of the word tectonic? technology: Greek tekhno "chief" + Greek logy "study of" architect: Greek arkhi "chief" + Greek tekton "builder, carpenter" archbishop: Greek arkhi "chief" + Greek episkopos "bishop" polytechnic: Greek polys "many" + Greek tekhne "art"

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    the 2nd one

  2. anonymous
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    put that as best answer

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    @erick3294 is right

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