uncurrent

uncurrent

(ʌnˈkʌrənt)
adj
outdated or illegitimate
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As for the 1973 Mountie quarter, I've never known anyone except my mother to collect those, and I don't even know why she does, except out of some curious nationalistic instinct that itself seems as, well, uncurrent as the penny.
We can understand the CM current is considerable on the former shapes and can damage the external filter of inverter, the network cable and transformator and probably the uncurrent operation of tools of protecting the earth.
By what process procure a redemption of this uncurrent money?
(68) "MONETARY: PREMIUM AND UNCURRENT FUNDS," Chicago Tribune, 25 Jan.
And it's very slow in making fun of Spiderman, released all of six years ago, plus the equally uncurrent X Men and Fantastic Four fi lms.
He observes that his actor-friend has grown a beard since Hamlet last saw him and that a child-actor has grown to the brink of puberty: "Pray God your voice, like a piece of uncurrent gold, be not cracked within the ring" (2.2.423-425).
The integration of the sacred into social life is so 'uncurrent' that we need--especially in Islamic countries--an extra effort to apprehend its real pitfalls.
It was common practice in the nineteenth century for sellers to refuse "uncurrent" notes that their own banks would not accept at par.
(8.) Late in 1863, the New York Clearing House banks resolved to treat all national banknotes as "uncurrent" money unless a national bank had arranged to redeem its notes at par through a Clearing House member bank [Redlich 1951, 107].
"[I]n consideration of $1,050 per annum, in addition to his regular salary, he should give bonds to indemnify the bank for all deficiencies, counterfeits, mutilated or uncurrent bills in his department" (Whitney 1878, p.