Self-actuating



verb (used with object), actuated, actuating.
1.
to incite or move to action; impel; motivate:
actuated by selfish motives.
2.
to put into action; start a process; turn on:
to actuate a machine.
verb (transitive)
1.
to put into action or mechanical motion
2.
to motivate or incite into action: actuated by unworthy desires

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