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THE future of a new hospital whose backers claimed would finally modernise outdated West Wales healthcare was thrown into doubt last night, when planners refused to sanction the plans.
Road improvements and changes can happen quickly and you could just find problems if you rely on an outdated map, rather than your destination.
I am, therefore, writing to ask your readers to write to their MP and get them to sign up to EDM 1046, ask them to support the Bill and also get the support of other MPs in getting this outdated law changed.
A survey of 1,100 office staff showed a "clear link" between outdated equipment and increased levels of sick leave.
The regulations also deal with timeshare structures that are now outdated, such as fixed week products.
The administration's faith-based initiative, then, appears to be less about faith and more about advancing outdated moral systems.
This single view will be possible because WebSphere eliminates the limitations of existing legacy systems, allowing the company to tap into the valuable information stored there, even if it's stored on a decades-old system that was written in an outdated computer language.
But Stan with his so called jokes about black and Asian people - especially generations of black and Asian scousers - is also guilty of being outdated and of stereotyping people.
Although the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act prohibits large companies from shipping their old computer monitors to landfills, there is nothing to stop the vast majority of individuals and many small businesses from simply putting their outdated electronic equipment out with the rest of the trash.
NURSES condemned the traditional role of matron as sexist and outdated yesterday.
True, vendors have added new features in an attempt to keep up with changing needs, but they've been adding them to an underlying architecture that is, quite simply, outdated.
In designing financial modernization legislation, we firmly believe that the Congress should focus on achieving two essential and indivisible objectives: removing outdated, competitively stifling restrictions on financial affiliations and, most important, adopting a framework for this modernization that promotes the safety and soundness of our banking and financial system and prevents the extension of the federal subsidy.
From time to time the SEC regulations become outdated because of subsequent changes that have been developed through the FASB.
A series of new decisions issued by the National Labor Relations Board enforcing an outdated section of the National Labor Relations Act makes it illegal for nonunion employees to share decision making with management.
Adding to our frustration are those ever-present inspectors whose eyes take on a hawk's glint at the sight of an outdated reagent.