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older-generation

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  • This guide ALSO serves the purpose of when to buy an older-generation Mac, since newer ones drive those prices down!

    MacRumors’ Buying Guide Helps You Time Your Next Apple Purchase | Lifehacker Australia

  • In particular, the U.S. believes the live virus is needed to finish developing a vaccine without the serious side effects that older-generation vaccines can have in people with immune deficiency disorders, along with two other antiviral medications.

    Verdict on Smallpox Cache Near

  • J.P. Morgan Cazenove identifies models like the MD-80 and sister model MD-90, Boeing 757s and older-generation Boeing 737s as being particularly disadvantaged in terms of fuel efficiency.

    Fueling the Next Aircraft Boom

  • Dakim An exercise from Dakim BrainFitness Dan Michel , CEO of Dakim and a boomer himself, said BrainFitness was originally designed for his father—who was in his 80s at the time and struggling with Alzheimer's—which explains the older-generation pop culture references.

    Games to Flex Your Brain

  • It is not entirely an older-generation problem, however.

    Think Progress » The Party of Lincoln falls short on civil rights.

  • The U.S. currently plans to offer modifications for Taiwan's fleet of older-generation F-16 A/B fighters, which date to the early 1990s.

    Taiwan in the Lurch

  • A key test will be how the Ministry of Communications responds to a recent proposal from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to squeeze more money out of older-generation 2G spectrum operators.

    Delhi Cellphone Interference

  • The Motorola unit in question mainly makes older-generation equipment for telecommunications networks, but would give Nokia Siemens access to offer its newer wares to those customers as they upgrade.

    Talks for Motorola Division Heat Up

  • Since then, thousands of young Muslims have defied attempts by the Indian security forces, the Jammu and Kashmir state government, and older-generation separatist party leaders to restore order.

    India's blinkered policy on Kashmir

  • He has no religion nor grief-counseling experience, and he finds it a hateful job, made worse by his partner on the mission, Captain Tony Stone (a good, calloused performance by Mr. Harrelson), an older-generation veteran with a lifetime military commitment who is also a reformed drunk, married three times, cynical and tough as rawhide.

    The War at Home

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