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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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American taxpayers will see the benefits when the antiquated 1872 Mining Law is replaced by the Hardrock Leasing and Reclamation Act of 2019, said Linda Weiss, Board Chair of the Western Organization of Resource Councils.
Good Morning America/CupidSpeedDater.com - An uncovered dating guide for women from the 1950s delivers some pretty antiquated advice on how to properly behave in a restaurant.
"And how lacking in humility not to face the fact that 97 per cent of his pilots chose to vote for industrial action for the first time in their history which has a whole lot to do with an antiquated and out-of-date management style at the top of his company."
are antiquated, demeaning and disrespectful" and asks "What do readers think?"
So it can feel very awkward at first, somewhat antiquated. Your upper body becomes very separate from the feet and legs."
EUROPEAN Union (EU) agriculture Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel has highlighted yet another decision to distil quality European wine as evidence of the need to reform the EU's antiquated wine market system.
The only military thinker that is even comperable, Clausewitz, sounds dated and antiquated when compared to Tzu, despite having written on the subject over 2,000 years later.
When a teacher inspires, children learn, even when the building is antiquated, the Internet is missing, and classes are bigger than usual.
"Using online applications and a more streamlined hiring process is an important first step toward moving away from a very antiquated process that's now in place."
When will the Joint Chiefs and the president set aside their antiquated prejudices in order to do what's best for our armed forces and for our country's security?
Their sensitive remodelling of the historic Casa da Cerca into a library and archive (AR July 2004) helped an antiquated structure make the challenging transition from decaying relic to working public building.
The thinking man behind Herold's self-projected image as a manipulator of wood and brick appears in several video works from the past five years, projects that bring his deliberately antiquated sculptural practice up to date without succumbing to the seductions of high technology.