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Atlas Shrugged
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  • It’s such an anachronism.
  • When she walked, leaning on her cane, out of the sunlight into the dank gloom of the building, the shock she felt was part sense of anachronism, part homesickness.
  • Who would speak up for us? I believe that some such man as Hugh Akston would have come to our defense-but to think of that is to be guilty of an anachronism.

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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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