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not brought up to date

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Don't get away at Mortgage lenders usually expect the property to be habitable and although lots of people buy unmodernised properties with a mortgage without a problem, lenders sometimes retain some of the loan until essential repairs are done.
Specifically, research continues to be organised in isolation, within traditional disciplines, and in unmodernised, inflexible ways which reproduce systems in which knowledge is fragmented" (Didriksson, 2012).
Their old anti-union prejudices and instincts to demonise workers are as poisonous as ever in the unmodernised Conservatives.
When Shakespeare's text came it was largely unmodernised and, consequently, ad-libbed inserts such as "Dad," "tatta," and "car" jarred.
"We've used a range of locations, from unmodernised council flats to large country houses," say www.mylocations.co.uk.
The ground Compact and completely unmodernised with the crowd very close to the action.
(1.) The unmodernised edition used in this study corresponds to the text provided by manuscript "NY3" and followed in Roberts (2000: 246-47).
This essay aims to show that businesses that were part of a vast but stubbornly unmodernised sector and were apparently "unsuccessful" in economic terms, existed to serve a non-utilitarian cultural agenda defined by producers and the market alike, and were deliberately cultivated.
Brooks-Davies claims, however, that 'it is actually with an unmodernised text that we miss the force of the archaisms and dialect words .
The House remains in the 1990s a decidedly ancient institution, still displaying with some pride its unmodernised form.
2 Even if an unmodernised property seems like a steal, remember it may cost more to buy and renovate than somewhere that's more expensive to buy but needs less work.
Don't get away at an Mortgage lenders usually expect the property to be habitable and although lots of people buy unmodernised properties with a mortgage without a problem, lenders sometimes retain some of the loan until essential repairs are done.
A statement from the property owner and manager said: "The unmodernised nature of the majority of the assets provides significant potential for value enhancement over the long term".
How different from the febrile atmosphere that existed five years ago when the then Labour-led council first tentatively proposed closing the outdated and unmodernised homes with purpose-build special care centres.