The old ‘labels are obsolete,’ and the GOP has no ‘strategic foreign policy view,’ says the senator.
That data (collected in 2012 and 2013) is obsolete: Jesse Logan confirms both areas are “now showing significant mortality.”
His vision of what that looks like, though, is hostage to an obsolete Senate mythology of bipartisanship.
If he's won the fight for Iraq, then he's rendered his major skill set (counterinsurgency warfare) obsolete.
But for all its madcap zaniness, Woke Up Lonely easily refutes the idea that the novel is a staid, obsolete form of writing.
The cardiac limb of the stomach, which is large and heart-shaped, is obsolete.
It is now an obsolete term, and the manœuvre is called heaving-to.
Impeachment as a means of compelling the observance of traditions has, of course, long been obsolete.
This is an old and pretty Russian custom now obsolete in Europe.
The junk-heap grows apace: Out goes every obsolete half-success.