computerless

computerless

(kəmˈpjuːtəlɪs)
adj
1. (Computer Science) having no computer
2. (Computer Science) not requiring the use of a computer
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Senior Isolation: Patrick Yanahan of Silver Companions discusses the characteristics of senior isolation, what to look out for, and how the new and easy-to-use "computerless" technologies such as Amazon Echo can help in the home in "Senior Isolation: How Voice Technology Can Help" at 10 a.m.
A theory-ridden, computerless, impersonal vocational guidance system.
It is conceived in the time series econometric literature, can be traced back to Yule (1926), who identified the phenomenon by means of a computerless Monte Carlo experience in which correlation coefficients were obtained from pairs of independent non-stationary variables.
It is doubtful that either Martin or Welty ever conveyed, as at least one contemporary author of Amish romance has, that the Amish are "just like the rest of us." (31) Although the computerless and largely carless readers of these early twentieth-century novels lived more like the Amish than contemporary bonnet-fiction readers do, the incipient Amish literature available to them underscored difference rather than similarity.
Unless you're living in a computerless time warp, you've probably been guilty of using e-mail to send a message you didn't want to deliver in person.
A computerless shack in the back is our World Headquarters and we intend making no expansions or office upgrades." Henderson's introduction is truly incredible and truly unacceptable!
'A computerless married couple, good friends of ours, are in the following situation.' (Condiv)
If you're computerless, bet with a racecourse bookmaker.
At first blush, PISA seemed to show that computers at home help: Students from homes with computers scored higher than those who were computerless.
The site has the signs of self-build, tricks with typography which don't quite work, main page showing photos of the brick factory-style office with its sawtooth lights at the back plus an image of the interior of the office which you can, for some reason, enlarge to a bigger view of an unremarkable computerless architectural office.
Anxious to catch her flight, the executive grabbed her X-Rayed handbag and briefcase, walked to her gate, boarded the aircraft and realized when she arrived in Montreal that she was computerless.
He added: "I am concerned that it will severely disadvantage computerless families, in particular the most disadvantaged.
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