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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Some have suggested that the new Bibliotheca Alexandrina (p40) is outdated: a dinosaur, descendant of a great tradition that begins in the nineteenth century with Sydney Smirke and Labrouste's Bibliotheque Nationale, but which has now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exports move through the Gulf, and we know our competitors are investing heavily in their infrastructure while ours is outdated and outmoded.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.
Current property depreciation methodologies are outmoded and need to be revised, argues Deloitte & Touche.
When does a person resist new fads -- clinging to dealing with bank tellers instead of ATMs (despite waiting in line), holding back from the hit movies, TV shows, best-selling novels -- becoming inner-directed and hanging on to outmoded fads.
I don't want to be one of those people who gets, like, stuck in their outmoded politics," she says ruefully.
Traditional cylinders were not satisfying rheometer requirements, possibly because the previous supplier was using outmoded products, according to the company.
As Albert Einstein wrote on January 22, 1947: "The basic power of the universe cannot be fitted into the outmoded concept of narrow nationalisms.
But by introducing competition into former monopolies, deregulation provides an incentive for utilities to generate power as cheaply as possible - and right now that means dirty, outmoded oil - and coal-fired plants.
Ill health, outmoded ideas and declining sales curtailed Packard's activities after 1972, though 1989's The Ultra Rich, a critique of the symbolic uses and cultural power of money, once again engendered debate.
The project was originally conducted to identify outmoded, obsolete, and hazardous procedures and tests.
The GTE program is targeted at existing GTE small business customers in an effort to have them exchange a variety of outmoded telephone equipment for the SmarTalk 308, a state-of-the-art 3-line telephone manufactured by dba.