outmoded


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Clean elections and granting the more reasonable Indian demands would take away much of the high ground from the armed-to-the-teeth comandantes, who want socialism through turmoil because they fear democratic contests that their outmoded ideology might not win.
Surely in this third year since we celebrated the Millennium with such high hopes,and with the ``tools'' of the United Nations and the International Criminal Court available, war is an inhumane,blunt and outmoded instrument with which to try to oust Saddam, with no guarantee of success.
As the tramway is also inferior in passenger capacity per lane per hour, noise levels, smoothness and installation and operational flexibility than rubber-tyred transit, and has been proven unreliable here, why do our councillors and planners persist in foisting this inferior, outmoded, disruptive and divisive tramway system on us?
Mrs McAleese draws a parallel with the outmoded idea that the North is ruled by Protestants.
For example, for decades New York's economy has been hampered by our outmoded freight delivery system.
3 was their job title; they generally loathed the title 'HR manager,' vastly preferring the outmoded but less nebulous 'personnel manager.' No.
Despite her somewhat outmoded definition of life-writing as literal rather than literary, she convincingly argues that the genre of the Book is neither autobiography nor female spiritual biography, although Kempe exploits the conventions of the latter.
Now, some Graz academics are arguing that the need for such a large building with traditional places like lecture theatres and seminar rooms is becoming outmoded by the advance of personal computers.
State hospitals increasingly came under attack as outmoded, horrific warehouses for the hopelessly ill, further undermining the traditional approach to the care and treatment of the mentally ill.
trade deficit with Japan is the stuff of myth because our way of keeping score is outmoded. Trade figures don't account for the vast amount of American goods that are made and sold within Japan by U.S.
The effect, while not at all nostalgic, nevertheless carries connotations of the outmoded and is visually paralleled by the thrift-store (in Australian, "op-shop") look of his Dieter Roth--like amalgam of shelved equipment 0, 16, 33, 45, 78, 2004, a sculpture occasionally activated as a performance platform.
The Queen received some unlikely support from Leighton Andrews AM; unlikely because he is a prominent representative of New Labour, the party which got rid of the hereditary principle in the House of Lords as an outmoded anachronism.
The comprehensive survey carried out by experts from the Department of Paediatrics at Leeds University, found that many were still using outmoded techniques.
It is our prediction that this area, which had once lain barren as an outmoded industrial and manufacturing center, will emerge over the next few years as the shining star of the New York metropolitan area.
The report is expected to say the pair used outmoded and inappropriate treatment for abnormal test results.