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"both ...and " can always be replaced by "as well as". Is that right?
Most of these resources, both technical and spiritual, are stored in books.
The sentence can be rewritten as:
Most of these resources, technical as well as spiritual, are stored in books.
Is that right?
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There are many ways in English language to say the same. It's the beauty of almost every language.
Here is no exception, however the second sentence sounds a bit better to me. It's not that it is preferable - more of a subjective approach.