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- v. Present participle of outmode.
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The next revolution in learning then, is the outmoding of the existing business model.
The 1996 study "An Analysis of Out-Of-Wedlock Births in the United States" by George A. Akerlof and Janet L. Yellen of the Brookings Institute and the Federal Reserve Board, respectively, shows the impact of legalized abortion on outmoding the shotgun marriage.
They saw technical obsolescence -- displacing good products with slightly better ones; non-functional obsolescence -- shelving good products for less-good new ones; visual obsolescence -- outmoding useful products with style changes; functional obsolescence designing a product to break down.
Perhaps the reason lay partly in the contemporary, almost universal outmoding of the aristocratic and genteel tradition which comprised the social mores of the class of leaders, and to which their descendants clung out of sentiment and pride.
And flung far from the epicenters of leukemia research in New York and Boston, Pinkel’s team was determined to outdo every other leukemia trial—the edge outmoding the center—to push the logic of high-dose combination chemotherapy to its extreme.