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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something that is obsolete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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element-invisibleBusiness ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1The moving of the induction furnace facilities from China into ASEAN, it said, could result in the bringing in of an obsolete technology that is not suitable for carbon steel production.
The rule of thumb is that employees become obsolete either when: (1) they can be replaced by others or technology can do a better job at no additional cost, or (2) when employers can get the same job done for less cost.
And it seems reasonable to suggest that from here on out, American scrap processors will be increasingly reliant on obsolete scrap--auto hulks, old appliances and metal harvested from demolished buildings--to provide a higher percentage of their tonnage.
An obsolescence verification and analysis case sheet is assigned and completed on each unique part in order to verify current availability, forecast future availability, indicate sourcing depth, and identify possible solution options for those parts already obsolete.
This re-use of obsolete real estate at the site is one of many such adaptive reuse projects presently under construction or planned by NRDC in the northeast.
In the Middle East and Latin America together, around 10,000 tonnes have been declared and countries are increasingly asking FAO for help, according to the Organisation, which estimates obsolete stocks in 53 African countries at 50 000 tonnes.
We are a little bit careful not to overbuild the number of demonstration cars because they become obsolete very quickly, but we are very focused on our road map related to cost, reliability and performance.
It is a hodge-podge combination of ageless ethical principles and obsolete specific ideas.
A COLLEGE is putting its obsolete computers to good use by giving them to developing African nations.
These thumbnail descriptions suggest a practice founded on the supposedly obsolete avant-garde strategies of provocation and transgression.
The TEC 150FSR total extrusion control system is designed specifically as a drop-in replacement, with advanced features for systems that have become obsolete and/or are no longer supported.
Saving bits is problematic because most digital storage media become physically unreadable or obsolete rather quickly.
For decades, stockpiles of obsolete, expired, and banned pesticides have posed significant health risks to people in developing countries.
As a result, hardware-only strategies and basic systems management without SRM result in more and more old, obsolete and duplicate files.
Called "e-Touch"(TM), the proprietary software could make the ubiquitous computer mouse obsolete in the future.