yesterday's news

yesterday's news

Someone or something that is no longer receiving or worthy of public interest, importance, or influence. I don't know why you're still campaigning for that hack—he's yesterday's news. The once-prominent social media platform is now yesterday's news among a new generation of smartphone users.
See also: news

yesterday's news

a person or thing that is no longer of interest.
See also: news
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Gazing from a window the train criss-crosses along its tracks, Birds emerge from dawn's early flight, expressionless faces Digest yesterday's news, a vista appears of architectural delight, Rain tumbles umbrellas put up with an anarchist frown as we Depart from the warmth like sardines in a tin, he sits on a shimmering Street, a torn cup in hand and dog at his feet, trees glisten with marzipan Treats, heads bowed caught up in a world which isn't their own, mobiles Jingle as lovers mingle, day or night it's a city that never sleeps.
The analyst does not think yesterday's news says much about the chances for an interim analysis or about aducanumab's efficacy profile.
And, as yesterday's news about new races across Europe shows, the ripples from that pretty smallscale race 36 years ago are still spreading across the world.
Hopefully, yesterday's news will allow this family to get on with their lives.
While yesterday's news coverage may have come as a surprise to many of you, I can assure you that it did not catch us off guard," Paxton wrote.
The Irish Mirror has been campaigning for months against the blight of ugly pylons and wind farms across our countryside, so yesterday's news is welcome.
THE CHAIRMAN of the Cyprus Football Association (CFA) Costakis Koutsokoumnis came out with his guns blazing at yesterday's news conference to answer to criticism directed at the Association, after the allegations made by referee Marios Panayi about corruption and match-fixing.
The teenager was told by Welsh Athletics boss Scott Simpson the night before her history exams and yesterday's news has been confirmed on the day of her penultimate GCSE which is a Welsh language test.
In fact," says the new VP of medical product management and chief content officer of EBSCO Information Services, "in just the past ten years some of the biggest names in technology have gone from cutting edge to yesterday's news.
There have been suggestions that Ponting could be persuaded to don the Baggy Green again this summer for one final Ashes assignment, especially if Michael Clarke's back injury affects his participation in the series, but yesterday's news appears to make that possibility even more remote than it already was.
The 59-year-old emerged as the front-runner to replace Roberto Mancini at the Etihad before the Italian had even left his post, and yesterday's news will only increase speculation.
Clr Andrew Cooper, who leads the four-strong Greens on Kirklees, welcomed yesterday's news.
Contra yesterday's news, Iran apparently figured out a new way to ramp up uranium enrichment.
Shares in UK banks - including Royal Bank of Scotland - rose on yesterday's news
The former world champion renewed his licence in July, but Ladbrokes make Hatton a 12-1 chance to beat Amir Khan by the end of next year following allegations of drug abuse in yesterday's News Of The World.