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no longer in use

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to make or become obsolete

something that is obsolete

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no longer in use

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Parting with convention, the name Repeat or You're Obsolete was born first, and the game was created around the idea behind the name.
Also included in the exhibition are items that fall into the obsolete and odd categories.
Deletes an obsolete clause and revises the applicability of certain clauses used in contracts for telecommunications services.
This can lead to an expensive rebuild for an obsolete piece of equipment.
Quinton Dean, supervising purchasing services coordinator for LAUSD, said the district holds about four public auctions a year to get rid of obsolete and old equipment.
In 2006, federal law will require television broadcasts to switch from analog to digital transmission signals, making old television sets obsolete.
But just as it would be wrong to proclaim that e-commerce is rendering stores obsolete, it would be wrong to conclude that store-based retailers can rest easy.
Identifying and (where permitted) properly valuing obsolete or otherwise overvalued assets can significantly reduce property taxes, especially for those taxpayers that use significant amounts of high-tech equipment in their business.
He listed the scrap quality characteristics that are quantifiable (gross contamination, cleanliness, environmental contaminants, density and safety) and identified the two scrap grades as industrial (premium mix of steel and some castings), and obsolete scrap, a classification that contains virtually everything else.
Moreover, they have no way of knowing if the information is inaccurate, obsolete or inappropriate.
Proposed change streamlines text on the use of economic price adjustment clauses; increases, from 3 to 5 years, the standard maximum ordering period under basic ordering agreements; deletes obsolete text on the use of cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts for environmental restoration; deletes unnecessary text on design stability and use of incentive provisions; and relocates to PGI, procedures for selecting contract type and for use of special economic price adjustment clauses, incentive contracts, and basic ordering agreements.
In Chandler, technicians learn and perform a variety of testing, refurbishing and data destruction techniques to prepare obsolete equipment for the next part of its journey.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- High quantities of toxic chemical waste from unused or obsolete pesticides are posing a continuing and worsening threat to people and the environment in Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) warned today.
How to Upgrade Obsolete DC Drive Systems without Lost Production," by Duncan J.