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used in The Tipping Point

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something out of place for it's time - typically something that belongs in the past
  • In 1996, when Goetz went to trial a second time, as the defendant in a civil suit brought by Darrell Cabey, the case was all but ignored by the press, and Goetz himself seemed almost an anachronism.
    Chapter 4 (12% in)

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