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dated

(Antiquated), adjective ancient, antiquated, archaic, discontinued, not modern, obsolete, past, preexisting, stale, superannuated, timeworn, used, vintage, waning, weathered, worn, worn out

dated

(Date-stamped), adjective embossed, imprinted, marked, recorded, sealed
Associated concepts: a date certain, acknowledgment, date of injury, date of issue
Foreign phrases: Datum.A date. A datu. From the date. A die confectionis. From the date of the making (action taken). A die datus. From the day of the actual date.
See also: antiquated, obsolete, outdated, outmoded
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1%) indicated both the complexity of language of articles and datedness of articles got in the way of them using research.
This could be a moving goal post and therefore one has to be aware of the datedness of the land data.
Pritchard is on safer ground in the second half of his book, with the likes of Aubrey and North, than in the first half, where the datedness of his understanding of the early Stuart religious landscape proves a much greater liability.
Instead, one tends to look at Freddy and the Baseball Team from Mars in all its particular strangeness, its datedness, its embarrassing feyness, its inexplicable cult appeal--and thereby to realize what a much broader and stranger thing "literature" is than the works of widely-taught belle-lettrists refracted through the lens of admirable but limiting theoretical issues.
If purchasing played as big a part in movie plots as communicating, an increasingly compelling indicator of datedness would be writing a check or paying cash.
As if to pre-empt this kind of criticism about datedness, the editors have 'front-loaded' their collection with a section entitled 'The Same People in the Same Place--or Different Places'.
A pencil-and-paper questionnaire was constructed, consisting of five scalar measures, in the following order of administration: (1) the 60-item As Experience Inventory, from which 3 items were removed due to datedness (As, O'Hara, & Munger, 1962); the response format is "Yes," "?
Kauffman's 1961 Richard Brome: Caroline Dramatist, subtly yet steadily revealing the obvious datedness of that work.
But if this erotic ambition is one more aspect of Clark's untimeliness, that untimeliness may allow him to escape mere datedness to disclose a new poetic future for us all.
The characteristics of the products and services that may affect satisfaction are the level of customisation, the subject matter, up to datedness, complexity, reliability, organisation, language, and format.
They seemed to embody datedness, staleness, and gloominess as apperceived by Liang.