I do not mean obsolete in any way.
Elements that are obsolete in HTML 4.
They shold be obsolete in my own opinion.
Now it just seems obsolete in an era where literally everything is at our fingertips.
The cheque (or check) still reigns supreme, whereas it's nearly obsolete in Australia.
Let us lay to rest to this notion which, from a technological perspective, became obsolete in the late 20th century.
NBN may well be obsolete by then.
This is one of the scales considered obsolete by the trade.
This was made obsolete by the introduction of the 18th amendment.
Unfortunately, the latter is made obsolete by the already popular demand of the people.
People automatically assume the horse and buggy was rendered obsolete by the automobile.
Ayed observes that 11 September was instantly unrepeatable; indeed, the tactic was obsolete by 10am the same morning.
St) u'm=iks, Bulls, obsolete for 50 years.
And quite frankly it's really obsolete for this present times.
If you have heard or seen it, its already been obsolete for a decade.
Any smart TV bought in 2012 would have been obsolete for a minimum of 2 years by 2017.
And Intel recently released a processor, so your computing power won't be obsolete for a while.
Non-performance in a particular area doesn't prove that a banker is obsolete for the banking job.
An individual sale of Bundesliga matches could make pay-per-view-TV almost obsolete for the most of football at this point.
Updates need to come more regularly too; information should never be obsolete for it could greatly lag the company's progress.
Not only is housewifery no longer pronounced huzzifry, it is almost entirely obsolete as a word.
After 1898, the treaty became somewhat obsolete as the two world superpowers grew less influential.
It is a skill that will be obsolete within 50 years.
It can render a cyber defence obsolete within seconds.
Things become obsolete within a week replaced with another version.
This is inimical to an industry where products get obsolete within three months.
Projections: Bill Gates has been quoted saying he suspects DVDs and Blu-Rays to become obsolete within 10 years.
Riding on the nose of longboards became obsolete within a few months and longboard factories went out of business.
This keeps you constantly up to date! Forget those outdated Ebooks whose information is obsolete within six months of them being written.
But caste networking advantages are becoming obsolete with global network.
Naia, built in the 1950s, has been criticized as obsolete with decrepit facilities.
This attempt was interrupted by the war and it later became obsolete with the advent of electronic computers.
Even the once indispensable cork is now superseded if not obsolete with the fast-growing acceptance of the screwtop.
Markus says: 11:33am 14/02/12 As a combat weapon, the samurai were made obsolete with the introduction of gunpowder.
The metaphor of nested subroutines became obsolete with the advent of object-oriented programming in the early 1960s.
The libraries are obsolete due to the digital age.
Technologically obsolete due to newer devices after less than 12 months android devices.
While many of the damages prove to the permanent, dams themselves become obsolete due to sedimentation, filling up of the reservoir, etc.
Armor became obsolete because of firearms.
In many regards, the Timer class can be considered obsolete because of the **27;4765;TOOLONG class.
However, when the Mongols invaded Japan, these fighting techniques became obsolete because of the toughness of the Mongolian armor.
It is exactly because of this coupled with 2G becoming obsolete because of 3G and 4G which has resulted in less realization this time.
It might soon make Opera Mini obsolete on my device.
It suggests that they thought it would become obsolete on its own.
I've felt for a while now that Ranganathan's 5 laws are very quickly becoming obsolete on a fundamental level.
As the first half progresses, however, the two slowly swap positions until the Blues captain is barking orders gleefully and the Italian is unobtrusive and obsolete on the bench.
Jp The Playbook was obsolete at launch Patrick.
It's possible they already are becoming obsolete at anything other than transporting humans in space.
New knowledge is being created by the minute, while old knowledge is becoming obsolete at the same rapid pace.
So many CDs that were obsolete after an hour.
But these thoughts became obsolete after 2009 and transformed into marvelous relations.
Olympic parks and Commonwealth parks have often been considered to be obsolete after the event.
He claimed that it, too, had become obsolete after his experiment? I reported the same to the Sindh Express on July 30, 2012.
The Law given to Moses, obedience to which was for Israel a condition of remaining in the covenant, became obsolete after the death and resurrection of Christ for all believers.
Here in the US, most phone contracts are 2 years (24 months) which makes any phone obsolete before the contract runs out.
QEII Park was built to house the 1974 Commonwealth Games and despite upgrades since then, it was likely considered economically obsolete before the earthquakes in any case.
Some areas of industry might outperform others, while there may be some companies which become obsolete from technological advances.
Does this mean, multicast is becoming obsolete from 10g onwards and not a recommended way for inter node communication? What are pros &; cons for unicast vs.
Bearing in mind the complicated dynamics of slang, I think it is pertinent to remind the user of this resource that terms listed may have become obsolete from use.
The drivers that come with your Motherboard CD/DVD might become obsolete over time.
Final thought, bikes are becoming obsolete over night, and I do not want to be a guinea pig in this rediculously expensive sport during this heated debate.
Microsoft has been slowly rendering itself obsolete since 2005.
What are the benefits of being a Partner compared to just monetizing my videos and not being a Partner? (( obsolete since April 2012) ) 1.
Instead of reaping the benefits, we are being squeezed more and more, then made obsolete through the influx of foreign workers, escalating inflation, increased taxes, levies, fees etc.
At the same time, there is ' profound restructuring ' of traditional male jobs such as manufacturing, which are being done by cheaper labour abroad or made obsolete through technological advances.
They are all obsolete to a stunning degree.
In the legacy TV world, transmitters are obsolete to the verge of pointlessness.
MM: Having discussed this earlier, the entire concept of a book fair seems obsolete to most of the students.
The World indoctrinated into Politically Correct Relativism has made objective thinking obsolete to the majority.
I pointed out to her that this vehicle was obsolete without this part.
Any data set from the 20th century is obsolete without significant adjustments.
It is likely to sport a rear-facing camera and come with Apple's newest ' lightning ' connector, a controversial re-design which made previous accessories and chargers obsolete without an adapter.