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- n. Plural form of obsolescence.
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One of the more dangerous obsolescences is the inability of the Constitution to prevent the existence of the military-industrial complex President Eisenhower had warned against in his Farewell Address.
AOL was doomed because the technology it relied on was doomed to obsolescences.
His opus 10 is a piano suite published at the age of twenty-two, and opus 14 is another; both contain such obsolescences as
Contemporary American Composers Being a Study of the Music of This Country, Its Present Conditions and Its Future, with Critical Estimates and Biographies of the Principal Living Composers; and an Abundance of Portraits, Fac-simile Musical Autographs, and Compositions
There's a hunger in very controlling companies like Apple to create planned obsolescences sooner rather than later, so it will become more and more difficult to stay functional.
"As manufacturers are closing lines, announcing obsolescences, OEMs still have products using the parts" and are turning to distributor partners like Avnet for help in cross-referencing parts.