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outmoded

adjective anachronistic, anachronous, ancient, antediluvian, antiquated, antique, archaic, behind the age, behind the times, bygone, dated, demoded, desuete, disapproved, discarded, disused, expired, fallen into desuetude, fallen into disuse, forgotten, former, gone out, grown old, neglected, no longer connentional, no longer customary, no longer prevailing, not in vogue, obsolescent, obsolete, of a previous fashion, of a previous style, of the old school, old, old-fashioned, out-of-date, out of fashion, out of use, outdated, outworn, passe, past, primitive, quaint, rejected, retired, stale, styleless, superannuated, superseded, unaccepted, uncurrent, unfashionable, unpracticed, unstylish
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Russia's Dmitry Medevedev today visits Silicon Valley for the first time, eager to reinvent his country's outmoded, oil-dependent economy _ and lure talent and money from the high-tech capital, according to Reuters.
In the first hand; we have to modernize our land and marine forces and furnished them with up to date arms instead of outmoded ones.
It is instructive to consider the issue of courtesy titles, which Lynne dismisses as completely outmoded.
In some ways, this mixing of advanced and archaic means, of new and outmoded media, is distinctive to contemporary art.
I believe Ms Wood has done democracy in post- devolutionary Wales a service by highlighting the pomposity and pretentiousness which pervades the political process in the United Kingdom, with its elaborate structures of patronage, privilege, honours and fealty which have their roots in a, mercifully, bygone age, and which make this country a laughing-stock in the wider world as backward, outmoded and out of touch.
During his academic years, Lee Strobel became convinced that God was outmoded.
Oh, they were a hit for a while, but then they became outmoded as well.
Could he at least tell us why those countries maintain outmoded systems when they, too, could make significant transformations?
Cohen, FAIA, FACHA, Design for Aging; key staff of the owner's two existing and outmoded skilled nursing homes; and the numerous architectural, engineer lug, and design professionals involved, we all seemed to 'keep our eye on that ball' throughout the design process.
Hutchins suggests that the data may reflect animals raised under outmoded care.
Elsewhere, the brief insists that Moore's view of the relationship between the states and the federal government is outmoded and extreme.
Contrast that positive, hopeful statement with this assessment of Japan from Kinmont: "It has not been long since there was a Northeast Asian country ruled over by an oligarchic clique with an outmoded, non-market economy, still under the sway of a failed ideology.