obsoleteness


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Related to obsoleteness: obsolescence
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The new Jesus-image of a social reformer continued to be the wellspring for the concept of Judaism's obsoleteness propagated by Christians of all denominations and utilized in missionary assaults against Jews.
Enwezor, perhaps not a rebel but by no means a collaborator, has been appointed director of the next Documenta simply because the power elite in the art world are intelligent enough to realize the obsoleteness of "occidentocentrism" and universalism in the era of globalization and cultural relativism.
See Gottfried, "Panajotis Kondylis and the Obsoleteness of Conservatism," Modern Age 39, no.
Operating lease is more favourable whenever leased equipment is exposed to risk of obsoleteness or the time span for which the equipment is leased is short, or the leased equipment is a common one, i.