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Obsolete

1. In numismatics, describing a coin that is no longer minted or no longer circulates. Obsolete coins may be valuable as collector's items, but they are illiquid assets.

2. See: Obsolescence.
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Proposed change deletes text that is obsolete or unnecessary; clarifies text addressing charges for special construction or assembly related to telecommunications services; clarifies the text of clauses used in basic agreements for telecommunications services; and relocates to PGI, information on acquiring telecommunications services from foreign carriers.
A segment of Gold Circuit's customer base, however, wishes to see its obsolete equipment destroyed beyond any potential for re-use in light of security or auditing purposes.
Unfortunately, without additional funds from donor countries, FAO will be unable to respond to its member nations that need assistance because funding for an FAO program on the prevention and disposal of obsolete pesticides is ending by the end of this year," he added.
Every piece here comes from the schools throughout the district when it is deemed obsolete,'' said Warren Dean, a supervisor with LAUSD.
In order to satisfy the market demand for big-box stores, we are transforming this obsolete enclosed shopping mail into a power center.
Rule #2: Thus, your being the one who makes your product, process or service obsolete is the only way to prevent your competitor from doing so.
NextPhase, a leading provider of end-of-life IT asset management services, today announced that Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island (MHRI), a Brown University Medical School teaching and research facility, has selected NextPhase to provide disposal, recycling, and remarketing services for their obsolete IT assets.
The clean, well-lit Facility has received ISO 9000 and 14000 certification and has the ability to handle a diverse range of incoming obsolete materials, including but not limited to wire and cable, power tools and equipment, telecommunications equipment, small appliances, circuit boards and electronic scrap.
Proposed change revises DFARS text on the acquisition of telecommunications services to update terminology, delete obsolete text, and add text addressing DoD's authority to enter into contracts for telecommunications resources.
com/ ) -- the nation's largest electronics disposal and materials recycling firm -- today announced the availability of a comprehensive, 35-page guide that outlines best practices for the responsible, secure disposal of obsolete computers and the data that resides on them.
Los Angeles County has 254 mothballed typewriters and more than 90 warehouses filled with unused and sometimes obsolete equipment, wasting at least $1.
He is actively pursuing the financing and conversion of obsolete commercial buildings to residential use and would like to see J-51 benefits made available.