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automatic

 [aw″to-mat´ik]
spontaneous; done involuntarily; self-regulating.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

automatic

(ot″ŏ-mat′ik) [Gr. automatos, self-acting]
Spontaneous; involuntary.
automatically (-mat′i-k(ă-)lē)
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Q. My friend told me that following a vegetarian diet will help to lose weight automatically? Is that so? My friend told me that following a vegetarian diet will help to lose weight automatically? Is that so?

A. No necessarily. Your body will be in shock for a bit from the switch over. I think eating natural and unprocessed foods cause the major decline in weight since its all natural.

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According to GA-ASI, the trans-Atlantic flight proved that SkyGuardian can self-deploy to a new location and land using its SATCOM Automatic Takeoff and Landing Capability (ATLC).
The "mark" button can be used to send position reports manually or for setting automatic takeoff and landing notifications.
A good idea never comes alone, and pretty much the same philosophy is being followed on the other side of the Atlantic by Proxy Aviation, which announced, on 5 February 2007, that tests aimed at verifying the automatic takeoff and landing capabilities of its own 'optionally piloted' aircraft, the Skywatcher, had been successfully completed on 13 December 2006.

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