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antiquated
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Babbitt
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  • Above the picture was an inspiring educational symbol—no antiquated lamp or torch or owl of Minerva, but a row of dollar signs.
  • Whenever Thompson twanged, "Put your John Hancock on that line," Babbitt was as much amused by the antiquated provincialism as any proper Englishman by any American.

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  • antiquated ideas
  • antiquated regulations that inhibit progress

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