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  • The press and the public were kind enough to welcome the fanciful plan, and willingly joined me in the anachronism of imagining a Wessex population living under Queen Victoria;—a modern Wessex of railways, the penny post, mowing and reaping machines, union workhouses, lucifer matches, labourers who could read and write, and National school children.

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  • The printed version is an expensive anachronism from an earlier time.
  • The term Imperial is kept though it is now an anachronism.
    Douglas Adams  --  The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

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