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31. Viewed by this period as a feudalistic anachronism, the Khanate, as well as its perennial rivals in Khiva and Samarkhand, became pawns in the 'Great Game' between the Russian and British Empires.
32. NO freedom of speech " as a label an anachronism in this era of Internet. "
33. As for the Japanese male aesthetic of gritting one's teeth to climb up the corporate ladder rung by rung, that has become an anachronism on par with the videocassette.
34. Business cards can sometimes feel like a bit of an anachronism.
35. It would be an anachronism to speak of George Washington riding in an automobile.
36. Yesterday's Heresy, Today's Orthodoxy, Tomorrow's Anachronism.
37. It is an anachronism to say Julius Caesar looked at his watch.
38. All this mawkish celebration, they maintain, merely bolsters an anti-democratic institution based on privilege and patronage[Sentencedict], a costly anachronism that ought to be abolished.
39. "Digitisation and the internet have turned copyright into an appallingly restrictive anachronism" –translation: many people think "easily available" should mean "free".
40. After eight - part essay examination of persons chosen is anachronism, and to enter officialdom are even scarcer.
41. After the Berlin Wall fell 20 years ago this November, Observation Point Alpha, as the G.I.'s called this flashpoint, became an instant anachronism.
42. Contemporary monarchy is an anachronism.
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