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Antique

A product or other item that is old but still desirable to a collector or an investor because of its rarity or quality. There is no set age that renders an item an antique. A car might be considered an antique after 50 years, but a coin after 100.
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com - An uncovered dating guide for women from the 1950s delivers some pretty antiquated advice on how to properly behave in a restaurant.
Kimbrough's mission was to "fully describe and explain black fraternalism," which is difficult to do in a society that views secret societies, including fraternities and sororities, as either antiquated social cultures of elitist perpetuators of brutal hazing.
They are particularly angered that the district didn't seem to pay attention to a report issued by the fiscal crisis team in January 2000 that warned in part of antiquated budgeting systems.
The idea of bloodletting or shock therapy as cures for what ails you seems antiquated and foolhardy.
Amtrak has had to make do with antiquated equipment, owns little of its trackbed, has difficulty attracting and retaining skilled labor, and - because of its necessity to turn to private financing - is awash in more than $3 billion in debt.
Jack] Epstein is making sure the repressive and antiquated policies of Castro, Chavez and the FARC are kept alive.
The Presidential controversy in Florida has had one virtue: It has shown that too many of our electoral rules and practices are antiquated and unexamined.
Through this expansion, HP inherited fiscal problems and antiquated information systems that eventually created huge losses.
SMALL ports have been criticised in a new government report which describes some of them as antiquated and backward.
Although the primary goal of these Hill meetings is to gain the lawmaker's support, they also help shed the industry's antiquated, dirty image and instill its fundamental importance to U.
Back in the mid '70s, Tom Landry, head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, was asked why he was bringing back the antiquated shotgun offense.
Most zoning ordinances still in effect are antiquated.