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use "superannuated" in a sentence

However, it does not dissociate itself entirely from the analogy with language, but only from its reified version which degrades the particular into a token, into the superannuated signifier of fossilized subjective meanings.

Sex, of course, is not a parasitic transaction by default,

To climax their act they had a cream pie fight where all and sundry were splattered, themselves, compere Molly Meldrum roadies, sound crew and assorted others.

sundry soft drinks on supermarket shelves.

In the capital of a European republic with an oppressive government and an active revolutionary movement, Mr Louis sits in the central square and entertains all and sundry.

Silver felt that it was not always apparent who the sundry, undifferentiated characters were.

The undying popularity of elective physical modification such as body part piercing, tattooing, and sundry cosmetic interventions (surgical or not), exhibits at least some drives in common with wannabeism.

The courts ruled in favor of the East River Terminal RR and when completed in 1915, the building and the connecting railroad trackage would become home to Austin Nichols, a most prominent grocer and sundry wholesaler of the time.

The old steam locomotive roundhouse facility to the south of Pasila station still stands and is used for sundry functions.

Forest features Savernake Forest consists of many named drives and sundry other landscape features.

sundry one-shots, crossovers and specials have also been published through the years.

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