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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not in vogue, obsolescent, obsolete, of a previous fashion, of a previous style, of the old school, old, old-fashioned, out-of-date, out of fashion, out of use, outdated, outworn, passe, past, primitive, quaint, rejected, retired, stale, styleless, superannuated, superseded, unaccepted, uncurrent, unfashionable, unpracticed, unstylish
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Svoboda noted, "Although the AAP's statement regarding male circumcision is presumably influenced by its desire to protect its members who perform the outmoded procedure, the AAP has no business promoting a harmful and discredited cultural relic masquerading as a medical procedure.
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.
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.
However, it is not uncommon for manufacturers to incur thousands of hours of downtime each year using manual or other outmoded methods to clean machine tools and automated production equipment.
The language and sentiment are not as outmoded as some listeners might expect and it definitely feels patriotic to hear again the fundamentals of America's beginnings.
For those who believe that Escriva reflects an outmoded style of evangelization--better suited to Franco's Spain than to the post-Vatican II world church--news of his canonization will spread dismay.
Rules of thumb for determining the risk a company should retain may be outmoded and misleading.
Some have suggested that the new Bibliotheca Alexandrina (p40) is outdated: a dinosaur, descendant of a great tradition that begins in the nineteenth century with Sydney Smirke and Labrouste's Bibliotheque Nationale, but which has now been outmoded by electronics and the World Wide Web.
Between 60 percent and 70 percent of our exports move through the Gulf, and we know our competitors are investing heavily in their infrastructure while ours is outdated and outmoded.
Although praised by literary scholars as the inventor of blank verse and other innovative forms, he has usually been dismissed by historians as typical of an outmoded aristocracy out of touch with political reality to the point of paranoia.