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adjective as in done by hand

noun as in book giving instruction

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The transition will begin in March, with new campaigns no longer having the option to use manual CPC in early April, and all campaigns are expected to be migrated over to eCPC by the end of April.

Carolyn LydenDirector of Search ContentGoogle has released a new set of manual action guidelines for publishers appearing in the Google News and Discover spaces.

Google has quietly published a whole new set of manual actions around Google News and Google Discover policies and guidelines.

Machine learning models save time on manual review, but their results are bound to be imperfect.

This is when manual verification and labeling became nearly impossible as data sets grew to tens of millions of photos, says Raji.

Police said they seized several recording devices, including two hidden-camera clocks and a manual for a hidden-camera fan.

There he may have a legitimate complaint, though the al Qaeda manual makes no mention of providing captives with a Bible.

This from a guy who when he fled arrest in England left behind a computer containing “The Al Qaeda Manual.”

Baffled by the jargon-heavy consumer information manual, I chatted with Cheryl Luptowski from the NSF consumer affairs office.

An email allegedly written by David Newman, an employee of the Cheyenne VA, reads like a how-to manual for cooking the books.

This man by hard, manual labor makes only enough to pay for humble shelter and plain food.

The Washington manual laborer school and the Howard institution can bear testimony to his industry and patriotism.

The manual compass on these organs seldom extended higher than f2 or g3, though it often went down to GG.

He placed in the key slip below each manual what he called a "Pedal Help."

This would reduce the available time for direct manual labour at his disposal.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to manual, such as: human, standard, hand-operated, not automatic, and physical.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.