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At the same time California increased the requirements on how effective the city’s stormwater system needs to be, the city’s system became obsolete, its population grew and the impacts of climate change grew more severe.
The emergence of the variants raised the specter that the current generation of vaccines might be rendered obsolete before they have even been fully rolled out.
NEW CORONAVIRUS VARIANTS ACCELERATE RACE TO MAKE SURE VACCINES KEEP UPCAROLYN Y. JOHNSON, LAURIE MCGINLEY, JOEL ACHENBACHJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
When the project first came up, commissioners asked questions about the data and how it would be stored but were generally positive in their comments — one even suggested that the new technology might someday make traffic engineers obsolete.
Fabiola Alvarez Yurcisin, who works with found and often obsolete materials, constructed a cage inside which such terms as “asylum,” “fear” and “wall” are reflected in a mirror.
The US federal minimum wage is becoming increasingly obsolete.
Boards recognize that companies must change their business models and operations if they don’t want to become obsolete.
In short, at a time when TV viewers are so easily distracted, an ad-buying system that still leans exclusively on ratings is obsolete.
We have the opportunity to build out the future of the identity landscape in a thoughtful way, as opposed to having to rework entrenched systems that have become obsolete.
Life has few direr disenchanters than the morning smells of obsolete tobacco, relics though they be of hesternal beatitude.
Even in the same scene, time will alter every form, and render the exquisite polish of last year, obsolete rudeness next year.

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