obsoletion

obsoletion

(ˌɒbsəˈliːʃən)
n
a rare word for obsolescence
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To fully understand the Egyptian position, one must consider the gas import settings which resulted from the aftermath of the Arab Spring, which led to the obsoletion of Egypt's existing export infrastructure developed over the previous decade.
Students of all age groups end up getting home bound, with the already warped education system struggling to fight obsoletion.
Allaying fears that artificially intelligent machines such as robots could lead to the obsoletion of jobs for humans, the report states that this won't exactly be the case-there won't be fewer jobs, but different ones.
Rather than fear obsoletion, Bank of America is staking its claim and reconsidering the value it can offer customers.
The stress for IT professionals stemmed from rapid obsoletion of technical skills and increasing end-user demands for technical support (Sethi et al.
In 1943, the obsoletion policy requiring the retirement of combat aircraft after 6 to 8 years of service was changed and replacement was not required until "whenever superior equipment was available.
Some earlier KG102A gyros aren't worthy of exchange or over-haul due to parts obsoletion, so your only choice could be a new or salvaged one.
Obsoletion and Elimination of Chemical Corps Items from the Supply System.
And to a $10 billion diet industry, it could mean obsoletion.
These charges relate to transaction costs, obsoletion of fixed assets, severance costs and other merger related expenses.
Memorandum, Army Material Command, AMCTC Item 2522, SUBJECT: Obsoletion of Mask, Protective, Tank, M14 & Reclassification of the ABC-M14A1 Mask to Standard-C Type, 6 July 1964.