Similar words: adolescent, acquiescence, descend, scene, scent, sole, scenario, solely. Meaning: [‚ɑbsə'lesns /ɒb-] n. the process of becoming obsolete; falling into disuse or becoming out of date.
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(1) The aircraft was nearing obsolescence by early 1942.
(2) Within earth science literature, the most important obsolescence study to date is that by Kohut.
(3) Many obsolescence measures have been derived to assist librarians in calculating shelf space allocation for journals.
(4) Finally, there's the planned obsolescence.
(5) Protect your precious email data from data format obsolescence.
(6) Loss from the sale, obsolescence, and loss of assets.
(7) Obsolescence is a byarising from the use of the building.
(8) Expect Microsoft to continue the trend of planned obsolescence as it adheres to a regular release cycle.
(9) Scarcity and planned obsolescence are rewarded in the short term, for it creates a 'turnover' of profit, while also making more jobs.
(10) There would be no "planned obsolescence, " where products are deliberately designed to wear out or break down.
(11) For enterprises and service providers, the use of network processors ensures against premature product obsolescence.
(12) Mobile phone technology is developing so quickly that many customers are concerned about obsolescence.
(13) For the less scrupulous, this has become the age of the worker with built in obsolescence.
(14) It is also worth noting that an operating lease transfers the risk of obsolescence from the lessee to the lessor.
(15) Managers and executives faced with their own likely technical obsolescence are in some senses confronted with their own professional mortality.
(16) There has been a renewal of interest and research into questions of obsolescence, and storage costs.
(17) The international community clung to Resolution 242 despite its growing obsolescence, as the only agreed basis for a solution.
(18) So they followed their cousins in the car industry and made their buildings with built-in obsolescence. Sentencedict.com
(19) Now, however, it seems that even among the top designers, obsolescence is obsolete.
(20) The faster products change, the faster they become obsolete, and even obsolescence creates openings.
(21) The shortcomings of economics are not original error but uncorrected obsolescence.
(22) Well, two of their most effective strategies are planned obsolescence and perceived obsolescence.
(23) Net profit or losses on disposals of fixed assets arising from sale, obsolescence or damage shall be accounted for as non-operating income or expenses.
(24) As the women grew in confidence, he removed himself from the scene: Jana's greatest achievement is his planned obsolescence .
(25) Sloan is credited with establishing annual styling changes, from which came the concept of planned obsolescence.
(26) If one were to believe the Greek historian Plutarch (in "The Obsolescence of Oracles" (Moralia, Book 5:17)), Pan is the only Greek god who is dead.
(27) Phase - out product control on material to reach the minimum obsolescence cost.
(28) Nature does not dwell in the realm of planned obsolescence.
(29) For some small unproductive mills, the reality is not merger but obsolescence and bankruptcy.
(30) He is a dented little workhorse who, having outlasted his planned obsolescence, spends his days in the Sisyphean , mechanical labor of gathering and compacting garbage.
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