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auto answer

[¦ȯd·ō ′an·sər]
(communications)
The feature of a modem that receives the telephone ring for an incoming call and accepts the call to establish a connection.

auto answer

(1) A modem feature that accepts a telephone call and establishes the connection. See auto dial.

(2) A cellphone feature that answers the call after some number of rings, allowing you to use a headset and receive a call without manual intervention.
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Le Markets contracting authority offers candidates a simplified answer mode called "simplified procurement "Mps.
Even if the device is set to go straight to voicemail, this can be overridden remotely to force the mobile into answer mode.
Anyway, the PM does his bit, departs, and the event goes into question and answer mode.
Almost all the rooms have two modes of operation: the explore mode encourages children to discover the possibilities offered by the activity, and the question and answer mode lets children pose simple questions pertaining to a particular mathematical concept.
In answer mode, HyperACCESS allows a remote user with a password to operate the host computer.
Among others, the s-800 also offers a Battery Status Indicator, a Missed Call Indicator, a one-touch Call Back button, optional Auto Answer mode, Conference Call, Voice Dial, Digital Key-Lock, optional LED Extinction, Button Customization for left handed users, and more.
Main features: The contracting authority offers candidates a simplified answer mode called "simplified procurement" MPS .
List Management on the handset, including contacts, groups and group members, access lists, answer mode and Do-not-Disturb (DnD)
For this simplified answer mode, applicants MUST meet so dematerialized: any offer submitted in paper form will not be reviewed.
The contracting authority makes available candidates a simplified answer mode said public contract simplified ~MPS details of which are indicated in the tender regulations.
Question & Answer mode is for kids who want a guided or more structured environment, and an Explore mode is for those who do better with more control over their own learning.
In the Question and Answer Mode, Astro-mouse and Melvin the hippo challenge kids to find and photograph specific locations.