Autopen


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Autopen

A brand name for a reusable insulin injection pen that uses standard dose cartridges.
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But disappointed autograph fans have found some of their signatures were worthless when they tried to sell them because an autopen was used.
Rumsfeld had been using an Autopen to sign condolence letters to the
Une centaine de lettres sont envoyees chaque jour par le bureau du senateur, et ce n'est pas lui qui les signe: son bureau a un AutoPen, une machine equipee de bras mecaniques et qui signe a la place du senateur.
While the autopen may be appropriate for some letters, you need to know when to use it.
Because Darman knew that Cavazos would object, he waited until the hapless cabinet officer was in Europe, then had one of his deputies use the department's autopen to affix the secretary's signature to the document needed to approve the grant.
This, she speculates, is to conceal the fact that the signatures on some of them would reveal that they had been made by autopen, not by Ronald Reagan's own hand.
But sometimes these items can be signed by a device called an autopen, so a specialist would need to inspect them first.
Washington, May 29 (ANI): A conservative Georgia congressman has questioned whether President Barack Obama had the constitutional authority to use a mechanical autopen to sign an extension of the Patriot Act into law.
The Senate voted to reinstate the provisions, and President Obama's autopen signature ushered in four more years of broad surveillance powers.
All 30 bills signed into law by the end of November were signed by hand, but many other documents and most letters are signed by an autopen.
In politics, for example, the autograph of Margaret Thatcher is quite sought after as the 'Iron Lady' signed so much in autopen.