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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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Many educators don't realise that it's they who are becoming obsolete.
Resolution feedback will indicate when new parts are introduced into a system to replace or redesign obsolete parts, allowing the parts to be obtained and assessed for obsolescence and then monitored.
Affected countries are calling - ever more frequently and with greater urgency - for assistance to remove their obsolete pesticide stocks and prevent the further accumulation of toxic waste", said Mark Davis, head of FAO's programme on the Prevention and Disposal of Obsolete Pesticides on the occasion of an expert consultation held in Rome on September 8 and 9.
The one thing we do know about hydrogen is that it makes everything in the supply chain obsolete.
Recently suggested alternative medical oaths are either too vague, already obsolete themselves, share the shortcomings of the oath, or are more attuned to political agendas than to professional principles.
Colin Bunting, manager for the college's technical services department, said: "The speed of change in the world of ICT is breathtaking and equipment that is state-of-the-art one day soon becomes obsolete.
This mood demands and deserves expression, and Cornford & Cross prove that allegedly obsolete tactics do the job pretty well.
Yet it is reasonable to expect that all such formats eventually become obsolete, and it is impractical to enforce their use in any case.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that 500,000 tons of obsolete pesticides no longer usable for their intended purpose are scattered throughout developing countries.
With a few gigabytes and 50,000 files, which isn't an unusually large number for a typical business workstation, how often do you clean out old, obsolete or duplicate files?
The mouse as we know it could soon become obsolete and the computer will become three dimensional, closely mimicking the everyday human experience.
industry, and FMS customers, and inter-service partnerships within the DoD to find solutions to the problems of logistics support of aging or obsolete equipment.