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computerize

To convert a manual or mechanical task into a computer-controlled process. See computer.
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A notification has been issued to initiate computerized reservation facility from Multan, sources from Railways Multan told reporter.
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CM Thakur also took to Twitter to congratulate people and Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission for getting its first computerized examination hall.
Then they should apply for computerized arms license by approaching the office of the deputy commissioner till Feb 15, says an official release.
The Chief Minister also directed to make functional the computerized arms licensing in districts of Kohistan, Torghar, Batagram, Tank as well as across all newly merged tribal districts of the province.
Over the years, Shima Seiki has inherited the know-how and experience as the leading manufacturing of computerized WHOLE GARMENT flat and glove knitting machine.
Justice Amir Hani Muslim remarked how the record has been computerized when it has not been re-constructed.
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The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) fresh computerized e-Scrutiny system would primarily target the newly sales tax registered individuals till the development of a reliable tax profile in the FBR database.
Talking to Pajhwok, the ministry spokesman, Nasrat Rahimi, hoped the upper house would pass the law soon and would be endorsed by the president in order the process of issuing computerized ID cards could be launched in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior.
For this reason, computerized information systems (CIS) are designed and implemented (Mahdi et al., 2010).
As pharmaceutical manufacturers strive to improve productivity, cut costs and improve quality, they are increasingly turning to computerized dispensary management systems.

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