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RE: ?? we both quoted pretty much the same thing

"no longer in general use"

"no longer produced or used"

Interesting because I see a huge difference between "no longer in **GENERAL** use. and "no longer produced or used"
Every example I gave is no longer in "general" use but still is produced or used. You don't see a big difference between those two definitions?

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