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come (in) over the transom

To be offered without prior agreement, consent, or arrangement; to be unsolicited or uninvited. Said especially of written works submitted for publication or consideration. My biggest task as an intern was sorting through and usually disposing of amateur works that came over the transom. Any journalist will tell you that a great story doesn't come in over the transom—you have to go and do the leg work to find one.
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over the transom

(hyphenated if used before a noun) Without prior agreement, consent, or arrangement; unsolicited or uninvited. Said especially of written works submitted for publication or consideration. My biggest task as an intern was sorting through and usually disposing of amateur works that came over the transom. I could tell the poor kid needed a job, but all I could do was stick his application in with all the other over-the-transom applications.
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over the transom

Without being agreed to; unsolicited: They even publish a few manuscripts that come in over the transom.
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125" single-piece aluminum hull and 2"x2"x1/8" ribs, and comes with a drop-deck transom, 21" sides and a heavy-duty gunnel rail.
Further mast support is via the transom located mainsheet track, which should also help maximise twist on the mainsail while keeping the cockpit clear.
Ken Firtel, Managing Director at Transom Capital, said that the Blue transaction was an excellent example of Transom Capital's business model in practice.
The community that Transom creates is really quite wonderful," he says.
Sweetness Herself loves the mud - "The more it rains the better," said Mick Ryan, but she faces a stiff task and Transom gets the vote.
Reflector is a critical component in our Transom software toolset to support customers tackling a data center migration.
Uncle Milton has been a tremendous success story for Transom Capital and we're happy to see it in the hands of its new owner, KCB Management, who will shepherd it through its next stage of growth with the current management team," said Ken Firtel, Managing Director of Transom Capital.
The Viper features the Duck Back aluminum transom (17 or 20 inches) and optional Kik-Up motor mount to absorb impacts from stumps and sandbars.
The rig setup has no backstay and swept back spreaders, and the transom mainsheet track should maximise twist.
Our Transom methodology positions IT professionals to take a broader view and make technology investment decisions based on the needs of the business.
It's not uncommon for custom creations such as these to cost as much as $40,000, and business is thriving for Woodmansee, who does strictly custom glass work--entry doors, sidelights, transoms, skylights, domes and mirrors--all over the west coast of Florida for churches, restaurants and other commercial buildings, but mostly residential installations for individual homeowners and luxury builders.
Editor's Note: Articles in NURSING HOMES are generally invited, but every once in a while a surprise shows up "over the transom.
Stahlbauarbeiten for substructure and slat cladding and aluminum mullion and transom facade.
Aegis Boats is preparing to launch the new 34CC, with integrated transom bracket capable of handling either twin or triple outboards up to 900 horsepower.
recently acquired by Transom Capital Group, has appointed Jeff McGuane as President & CEO.