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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of autopilot.

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Examples

  • Homeowners are reading their escrow statements -- the most "autopiloted" of ownership bills

    www.philadelphiaweekly.com Philadelphia Weekly

  • I know many manufacturers who make this information nearly impossible to find even on their websites, commonly referring you to an "autopiloted" e-mail support ticket service (PunkBuster support users, you know what I mean).

    Overclockers Club news Feed

  • Bring the prisoners to the US in an autopiloted plane that ‘accidentally’ crashes over the Atlantic.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Show Trial

  • MSN, Google and Yahoo! should be willing to sit down and talk to you about taking you off “autopiloted” systems with standard “rate card” deals and working out something customized to maximize profits for both parties.

    300k/monthly budget what would you do? « The Paradigm Shift

  • Realistically what we are waiting for is the autopiloted car.

    scusteister: Flying Cars are Here

  • It's hard enough as it is to explain the fate of the raptors, vipers and shuttles which couldn't just be autopiloted back into orbit to join the solar oblivion trip.

    Renunciation of Technology

  • Realistically what we are waiting for is the autopiloted car.

    Flying Cars are Here

  • The next morning, autopiloted transportation will let you sleep on the way to work.

    Thinking in the Future Tense

  • They were held up in Brisbane for over a week while Flinx concluded the complex arrangements required for renting a small, autopiloted KK-drive ship.

    Orphan Star

  • The vehicle had been unmanned, autopiloted, sent from some unknown point of space-time.

    Time Patrolman

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