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adjective anachronistic, anachronous, antediluvian, antiquated, antique, archaic, behind the age, behind the times, bygone, dated, defunct, demode, discarded, disused, expired, extinct, fallen into desuetude, fallen into disuse, forgotten, former, gone by, gone out, grown old, no longer customary, no longer fashionable, no longer in style, no longer prevailing, no longer prevalent, no longer stylish, not current, not in vogue, not modern, obsolescent, obsolete, of a previous fashion, of a previous style, of great age, of old, of the old order, of the old school, old, old-fashioned, old-time, old-world, olden, out-of-fashion, out-of-use, outmoded, outworn, passe, past, primitive, quaint, rejected, stale, styleless, superseded, unaccepted, uncontemporary, uncurrent, unfashionable, unpracticed, unstylish
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Much of the negative credit for Cyberselfish's outdatedness, along with its hands-down lousiest ever job of copyediting, must he laid at the door of Borsook's editors.
And yet, although Godard and Godardians may proclaim Moravia's outdatedness, his novel is fascinatingly prescient of the French director's own political evolution.
The problem of the outdatedness of his findings and interpretations was anticipated by himself in the last-mentioned chapter (published 1993) where he concludes that "change" had made prostitution more of a "serious gamble" than a game.
Related to the possible outdatedness of the scenarios is the actual content of the scenarios.
There are some clever moments in "Stop the World, I Want to Get Off " but not enough to compensate for its outdatedness.
And yet in Beavers's hands such archaism functions rather to allegorize the outdatedness of his medium; Work Done, for instance, seems to insist on film's embed-dedness in an episteme of manual labor (one sequence noses around a construction site, others compare camera movement to the work of a bookbinder or a European cook) as well as of perceptual defamiliarization (the impossibly slow fall of a chainsawed tree mirrored in the impossibly dilated rhythm of Beavers's montage).