obsoleteness


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In the prologue to the play, Wang himself remarks on the obsoleteness of his profession: "Mein Geschaft ist muhselig.
Gessen in his memoirs highlighted how the sworn profession's reputation was damaged by the obsoleteness and unfairness of Russia's written law: "Judges applied the law, one might say, passively, according to their duties, but this did not lead to an indictment against them.
Hidaka notes, as do others in this selection, the significance of the Koseki Family Register as a means for preservation of certain values and approaches, even in cases of their inherent obsoleteness.
Adeni's say that the city's cosmopolitan reputation is quickly approaching obsoleteness. With its poor security situation following a popular uprising that forced former President Ali Abdulla Saleh to step down, the entire country has witnessed increased violence.
The inseparability of media and the social world benefits from a zombie perspective that respects the obsoleteness of the alive-dead (or man-machine) binary.
Both parties provide sociological insight regarding the obsoleteness (empirically if not rhetorically) of the linear model and also in their discussion of an alternative model for guiding national decisionmaking for research policy in the areas of energy, health, basic science, defense, and more broadly U.S.
Public television is a fundamental part of the EU audiovisual policy but its current strategic position is stagnant or retrograde due to diverse and complex causes: the lack of receptiveness of the new audiovisual policies of the EU and the Member States; the financial difficulties; the lack of flexibility and adaptation to rapid changes in the environment; the excessive heaviness and obsoleteness of the structures; the difficulties to face the challenge of the Internet and the Web 2.0; and the strong competition and greater dynamism of the private operators.