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- v. Past participle of supervise
- adj. Done under supervision; watched.
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- adj. under observation or under the direction of a superintendent or overseer
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R2 can be tele-operated, "but the method we propose for operating it is what we call supervised autonomy, where from the ground, the robot can be given a sequence of commands, and after it completes each section of the command, activity can be verified from the ground's camera view before it moves on to the next part," Diftler said.
Becky, the daughter of one of the Navajo mill workers Ryland had supervised, is now involved in a group seeking damages for those harmed by the radioactive dust that contaminated their world.
The wire fraud counts carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison, a fine of $250,000, and a term of supervised release of not more than three years.
Further, Foiles agreed to one additional year, following completion of his term of supervised release, during which he will not hunt or guide.
Turley served five years in prison and seven years of long-term supervised parole, which he completed in 2009.
Researchers have had a hard enough time getting people to cut back during short-term supervised experiments.
She called the supervised visits unfair, noting these could be the last days of her parents 'lives.
Why a 3 and 5 year old weren’t supervised is another.
At any time, the agency is supervising more than 16,000 people in the District, about 35 percent of whom are on parole or a similar regimen called supervised release.
And now the idea of supervised injection facilities are being discussed in cities like New York and San Francisco.
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