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belonging to, existing, or occurring in times long past

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so extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period

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Royal expert (https://www.ibtimes.com/camilla-parker-bowles-trapped-antiquated-values-photo-princess-diana-very-sad-2762384) Robert Lacy said that he felt sorry for Camilla for being caught by antiquated values.
"We are replacing antiquated 30-year-old parking meters with new technology and will have one consistent on-street parking system throughout downtown that will be compatible with our new mobile parking app."
HUNDREDS OF LOCAL VACANCIES EVERY WEEK JOBS INSIDE: 8-page Jobs pull-out Three out of five employers believe women should disclose their pregancy in the recruitment process Employers have 'antiquated' attitude to recruiting women, research shows breaking the law on an industrial scale."
Officers, along with experts, have warned of the problems posed by antiquated kit and the constant drip feed of scandals and mishaps is undermining morale and the effectiveness of the force.
The AP also reported that Trabold described the credit union's paper-based system as "somewhat antiquated."
GREEN Party leader Giorgos Perdikis has submitted a proposal to abolish an antiquated colonial law that allows up to five years in prison for organising strikes.
When he stopped in front of me, he referred to mine as an "antiquated wheel" and made some other derisive comment about my Hi-Power.
Washington, Apr 26 ( ANI ): A dating guide from a magazine that dates back to 1950, provides some pretty antiquated advice for women on how to properly behave in a restaurant.
Global Banking News-January 9, 2014--Northern Ireland banking system 'antiquated' says Woods
Talks aimed at averting pay strikes by Virgin Atlantic pilots are continuing, amid a fresh row over comments about "antiquated" industrial relations.
Drawing from the oral folktales of the Rajasthan region of India, Detha's literary re-creations of these native stories cleverly unify the antiquated and the modern.
I'm glad somebody finally took the time to underscore the real reason Shakespeare's plays are performed to so many half-empty houses in this country--the Cult of Arrogance that insists on believing that people who don't understand the local Shakespeare production are dimwitted and lazy, or obviously uneducated, or that they don't understand it due to poor acting (even though no amount of good acting can clear up the antiquated language well enough to ensure that all of Shakespeare's essential nuances are clear).
We do not use the antiquated system of black bags which, I feel, is the cause of much rubbish littering parts of Cardiff.
Pompey - who also have ambitious proposals to relocate from the antiquated Fratton Park to a purpose-built 36,000-seat stadium in the city dockyards - have announced plans for a complex on 35 acres of land.