from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not equipped with or using computers.
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- adj. Not computerized.
But as the children get older, I think it becomes more complicated, and the long hours -- I was there when that phone conversation happened, and she was returning a stack of pink slips -- Sheila Burke is also uncomputerized.
The annual reported take of song thrushes, for example, ranges from three million to seven million, but Fernando Spina, a senior scientist at Italy's environmental-protection agency, considers these numbers "hugely conservative," since only the most conscientious hunters fill out their game cards correctly, local game authorities lack the manpower to police the hunters, the provincial databases are largely uncomputerized, and most local Italian hunting authorities routinely ignore requests for data.