nonautomatic

nonautomatic

(ˌnɒnˌɔːtəˈmætɪk)
adj
not automatic, operated by hand and not machines
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The remainder of this item discusses the business purpose requirement for nonautomatic changes and the most common terms and conditions imposed by the IRS for a change in tax year.
An automatic three-month extension is available to not-for-profit filers who file Form 8868, and a second, nonautomatic three-month extension may also be requested.
It is possible that tissue changes in this region causing the suspected nonautomatic focal VT mechanism are subtle and beyond the detectable resolution of CMR imaging and bipolar voltage mapping.
The proposed network is modeled by a nonautomatic differential equation.
For forms due in 2017, filers may request only a single 30-day nonautomatic extension.
required only for nonautomatic penalties, such as the accuracy-related
d) Any nonautomatic rifle (other than a short-barreled rifle) generally recognized or particularly suitable for use for the hunting of big game.
A cognitive model of drug urges and drug-use behavior: Role of automatic and nonautomatic processes.
Nonautomatic numbering machines include Model 70, which uses a spanner wrench to rotate wheels; Model 60 with a pin that locks wheels in place; Model 80 with a knob to rotate the unit or one wheel and a spanner wrench to rotate other wheels; and Model 85, which uses knob to rotate unit and ten wheels, and a spanner wrench to rotate other wheels.
Myrna Austria, a member of the faculty of De La Salle University, identifies these NTBs as "import bans, import subsidies, NTBs not elsewhere classified (such as nonautomatic import licensing, new procedures for importation, additional requirements for importation, etc.
burnetii exposure during nonautomatic milking could still implicate the risk of inhaling contaminated aerosols during pretreatment of the cow or during accidental raw milk ingestion.