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He loved to make fun of gapers, and his offhand sexist comments feel both dated and gross.
Some researchers say the six-foot standard is based on dated science.
IS IT SAFE TO OPEN SCHOOLS? YES, BUT ...LAURA MECKLER, KARIN BRULLIARD, BRITTANY SHAMMASFEBRUARY 18, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That number dwindled dramatically in later years, as his products were increasingly regarded as cheaply made and his clothing — which, decades later, remained virtually unchanged from its 60s-era styles — felt almost laughably dated.
While Roku’s interface, built around apps you install, is more dated than its competitors, it’s simple and just works.
What no one is acknowledging is that much of The Science being followed is actually very dated.
With this letter is another by the same writer, dated July 30, 1622—a postscript to a duplicate of the preceding letter.
From that hour dated a new and sterner conception of the task that lay before him and every other Briton in the country.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
She expatiated on his father's character; on the envy of his rivals; and dated his fall to their ambition alone.
She drew one from its envelope; it was dated December 22, just two years ago to-day; she ran through it eagerly.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
The letter had lain at his Club three days, it was dated Switzerland and the postmark was Montreux.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD

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