GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. same as hand-operated.
- adj. operated by hand
“A non-automatic power loom is non-automatic in the sense that, when the weft supply package in the shuttle becomes exhausted, it must be replaced manually.”
“The collapse of the Gilded Age ushered in an era in which we “knew” various things about the virtues of the mixed economy and the non-automatic nature of economic growth.”
“The Broncos aren't just looking to get into the BCS this season, they're a legitimate contender to reach the championship game from a non-automatic qualifying conference, and that would be a first.”
“That's a remarkable statement, because it's not apparent why non-automatic qualifying conferences should pay tithes to the AQs for fielding championship teams in the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s," said Matt Sanderson, co-founder of Playoff PAC, a political-action committee dedicated to replacing the BCS with a playoff.”
“TCU is the first school from a non-automatic qualifying conference to play in the Rose Bowl since the advent of the BCS, and the Frogs were right at home.”
“The Broncos, Horned Frogs and Utes are all trying to become the first team from a non-automatic qualifying conference to reach the BCS title game.”
“The real race between the non-automatic qualifiers might be for that so-called BCS Buster bid – just like last season.”
“Had the Broncos remained undefeated, there was a distinct possibility that the Broncos could have passed TCU in the BCS standings and been the only non-automatic qualifier school to get into one of the top-level bowls.”
“Fresno State now has 14 victories against BCS-conference opponents this decade, tied with Utah for the most by teams from the non-automatic qualifying conferences.”
“If they both win, No. 3 TCU would be headed to the Rose Bowl to face Big Ten champion Wisconsin because the Rose Bowl is obligated to take a non-automatic qualifier this year if it loses either the Pac-10 or Big Ten champion to the national championship game.”
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