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1. A passport that is out of date is invalid.
2. But it's out of date already.
3. That radio looks so out of date.
4. These sets of machines were out of date.
5. This kind of machine is out of date.
6. Suddenly she felt old and out of date.
7. In summary, his views are out of date.
8. Will denim jeans ever go out of date?
9. My passport is out of date.
10. These figures are very out of date.
11. Think how rapidly medical knowledge has gone out of date in recent years.
12. We are all out of date in relation to the challenges that we face in our work. 2.
13. The elementary school buildings are out of date and some are insanitary ....
14. But analysts say such familiar complaints are largely out of date.
15. Some legal experts say an inquest is an out of date and inappropriate way of investigating the deaths.
16. I beg to point out that your information are out of date.
17. It seemed that our genuine concerns and grievances were largely ignored and we were dismissed as being out of date and out of touch.
18. Perhaps my notion of wilderness is romantic and hopelessly out of date, but I have to say that I find paragliding an intrusion.
19. I take a certain perverse pleasure in offering one of these a-topical tone poems, unsolicited and out of date.
20. But if those assumptions were ever right, as we head into the twenty-first century they are definitely out of date.
21. It sounded like one of a series of novels for young girls that was now sorely out of date.
22. Children used to computer games will enjoy this, but the gizmos will soon seem out of date.
23. Yet it is instantly available, unlike official statistics that are always out of date.
24. Firstly, changing external factors meant that many plans became rapidly out of date and so they could never be implemented properly.
25. First, social trends and policy changes are affecting low-income families in ways that leave studies rapidly out of date.
26. The development plan is only one of the material considerations[sentencedict.com/out of date.html], and its policies and assumptions may be out of date.
27. You don't seriously think I'd drive around knowing that my insurance was out of date?
28. Wesley Smith Seeing is believing ... the videophone which takes the blind out of date.
29. Therefore, to some degree any public relations proposal for any potential client is out of date as soon as it is written.
30. Meanwhile, librarian Jane Lane has recently had to discard around 100 social science books because they were woefully out of date.
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