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  • I thought 13a was an anacronism and was last used to refer to Long John Silver and his ilk

    Quick crossword No 12,673

  • In less than 20 years, Pope Leo XIII would release a series of encyclicals which corrected the Church's teaching on participatory democracy and labor unions, thereby making this book a historical anacronism and not a statement of Church teaching.

    Edwards On The Bloggers: "Personally Offended," But Believes In "Giving Everyone A Fair Shake"

  • In Footnote 1 to "Muckle-Mouthed Meg" (i.e. Footnote to Page 205) "Provost is really an anacronism" changed to "Provost is really an anachronism."

    Border Ghost Stories

  • Why don't you take your far-right wing views and go join a convent -- It's clear you'd fit right in, seeing as how you think like a anacronism from the middle ages.

    RHRealityCheck.org

  • In our multi-ethnical, multi-cultural and increasingly interdependent world, zionism is an anacronism that will ultimately end like South African apartheid.

    BassiBlog

  • Now Science has all but supplanted religion in western society, rendering it a supposed anacronism, only for the superstitious.

    magic-city-news.com

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