tired iron

tired iron

[IBM] Hardware that is perfectly functional but far enough behind the state of the art to have been superseded by new products, presumably with sufficient improvement in bang-per-buck that the old stuff is starting to look a bit like a dinosaur.
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Branch 37, 28th Annual Tired Iron of the Ozarks Spring Show.
As Scunthorpe toiled, Boro looked for the killer blow - and it was Traore who led the charge again, bursting beyond a tired Iron midfield before combining effortlessly with Fletcher.
"Tired iron" has become a bit of a catch phrase, and the community has gone to great lengths to combat, correct and reduce these malfunctions.
For agricultural enthusiasts, the Tamworth Tired Iron Club will be displaying around 30 various tractors and farming implements from the past.
A final observation: Defense has a lot of tired iron. Even current budgets are insufficient to underwrite either the new strategy or the present force structure.
For agricultural enthusiasts the Tamworth Tired Iron Club will be displaying around 30 various tractors and farming implements from the past.
The market's been depressed for quite a while, so there's a lot of tired iron out there that needs to be replaced."
For the moment, Linux is more or less still known as the last, best hope for tired iron that is, because of poor programming practices, unsuitable for supporting Windows NT or Windows 2000.
Branch 37, 27th Annual Tired Iron of the Ozarks Fall Show.
The services have "a lot of tired iron"-old vehicles, ships and aircraft--and that affects how they perform in combat, said Farrell, a retired Air Force lieutenant general.
Branch 37, 26th Annual Tired Iron of the Ozarks Fall Show.
Branch 37, 25th Annual Tired Iron of the Ozarks Fall Show.