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  • noun Plural form of autopen.

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Examples

  • Some say they would like to replace all non-security government employees with autopens to shrink bureaucracy, while others are concerned about the Autopen's support of the Patriot Act, which many initial supporters now realize to be an excessive growth of "big brother" government.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Some say they would like to replace all non-security government employees with autopens to shrink bureaucracy, while others are concerned about the Autopen's support of the Patriot Act, which many initial supporters now realize to be an excessive growth of "big brother" government.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Presidents, members of congress and countless others have utilized autopens for decades to reply to constituent mail and perform similarly mundane matters.

    Slate Magazine

  • Caveat: You will occasionally receive what are either "secretarial" signatures (the publicist or someone else signs the photo), or an autopen or preprint autograph (autopens are machines that duplicate the signature of a person or preprints are signatures where an authentic autograph is printed into the picture itself).

    TrekMovie.com

  • The passing of Jack Kemp put the spotlight on autopens.

    ScrippsNews

  • The pen may be mightier than the sword, but to collectors, items signed with autopens aren't that great at all.

    ScrippsNews

  • The pen may be mightier than the sword, but to collectors, items signed with autopens aren't that great at all.

    ScrippsNews

  • Dean Zindler of Zinder's in Norcross, Ga., offered these tips on spotting signatures produced by autopens:

    ScrippsNews

  • "In the sports world, autopens didn't come into play until some time in the 1980s.

    ScrippsNews

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