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The oddly antiquated word "homely" is powerfully insulting.
In the age of the internet personal privacy is already an antiquated notion.
Two antiquated connectors exchange signals between the controllers and the board.
No idea is so antiquated that it was not once modern.
It's not that the grid is antiquated; it's that our demand for energy is insatiable.
Also, it said, some filing systems in personnel offices are antiquated.
Although it is certainly antiquated technology today, the gaslight retains a charm that electric lighting simply can't match.
Often, baseball seems antiquated compared with the rest of popular culture.
We duplicated the original book and gave all items an antiquated look.
Textbooks are often antiquated, and money for classroom supplies is scarce.
Instead, it's dominated by a surprisingly antiquated piece of furniture.
The office is spare and impersonal, with a somewhat antiquated feel.
Rookie controllers, antiquated equipment, and federal mismanagement combine to produce inefficiency and danger.
Astrology is pseudoscience based on antiquated ideas.
But it has an antiquated coal-fired system that it can economically retrofit to be more efficient.
Any reference to demand is an antiquated method of looking at an economy.
We are also saving the expense of maintaining our antiquated previous case management system.

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