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archaic
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Childhood's End
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  • But here they had to rely on such archaic devices as paper and pencil-and even, incredible to relate, shorthand.
  • Jean looked up from her knitting-an archaic occupation which had recently been revived with much success.

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  • When I first started reading Shakespeare, it seemed archaic.
  • I hope popular forms of psychotherapy will soon be considered archaic.

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