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You are out of step.

My grandpa is out of step with the younger generation.

The whole world is out of step, apart from me.
(Mark Thomas)

I think an artist has always to be out of step with his time.
(Orson Welles)

I've never been up with the times, always been slightly out of step.
(Christopher Eccleston)

I think politicians are so far out of step with what people really want.
(Paul Weller)

'Your archaic thinking is out of step with the times, just like your fashions.
(The Vancouver Sun - Celebrity, )

Worse, there are spending patterns seriously out of step with industry trends.
(Steve Andriole, Contributor in Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Government advisers say the UK is not out of step with major nations in reducing emissions.
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

The number of injuries at the 2015 World Cup are "not out of step with the norm", says World Rugby.
(BBC News - World News, )

Europe still matters, but our old Atlantic focus seems increasingly out of step with an Asia-obsessed world.
(The Vancouver Sun - World, )

Once popular among the rural and agricultural communities, the square dance is falling out of step with the times.
(CBC News in CBC News - Arts & Entertainment, )

“The Pleasures of Being Out of Step” is a documentary about the music critic and First Amendment defender Nat Hentoff.
(The New York Times - Arts, )

Hurricane will strain a National Flood Insurance Program out of step with needs of small businesses in era of extreme weather.
(The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business, )

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said Friday the Church of England looks out of step with changing attitudes towards gays.
(UPI - News, )

Nicola Sturgeon says the SNP decided to vote on foxhunting in England because David Cameron is "out of step with English opinion".
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

"Your archaic thinking is out of step with the times, just like your fashions," the musician wrote on Instagram about the designers.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Music, )

New research in mice shows that clocks in different regions of the brain start working out of step, altering the brain's physiology.
(Science Daily - News, )

U.S. policies on the export of liquefied natural gas are out of step with renewable and climate protection goals, the Sierra Club said.
(UPI - Business News, )

Glyn Davies, U.S. special envoy for North Korea policy, said the North Korean government is out of step with its former nuclear negotiating partners.
(UPI - Emerging Threats, )

The chairman of a House committee on energy said the federal government is out of step with policies embraced by states leading the nation's oil boom.
(UPI - Business News, )

James Moore says Rick Perry's lust for guns and and hatred of choice and gay rights are out of step with most of the nation as a presidential candidate.
(CNN - U.S. News, )

The US calls for an "immediate halt" to land reclamation in disputed areas of the South China Sea, saying China is "out of step" with international rules.
(BBC News - World News, )

A British environmental group complained statements coming from the federal government on natural gas production were out of step with community interests.
(UPI - Energy Resources, )

French officials say the grinding pace of the country’s legal system is dramatically out of step with the fast-moving realities of the antiterrorism fight.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Russia's Finance Ministry criticized a credit downgrade from ratings agency Moody's as pessimistic and out of step with developments in the oil-laden economy.
(UPI - Business News, )

Aggressive action from those opposed to building the Dakota Access pipeline project is out of step with conventional protest action, an energy coalition said.
(UPI - Energy Resources, )

Fouhy worked for all three major networks as a producer and executive before becoming a critic of news organizations he viewed as out of step with their audience.
(The New York Times - Business, )

Tory backbenchers said Mr Gates was ‘out of step’ with British taxpayers, many of whom resented their cash being spent abroad at times of deep austerity at home.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Public-opinion research for the federal Finance Department suggests key government policies are out of step with Canadians' priorities, including the Northern Gateway project.
(The Canadian Press in CBC News - Canada, )

For a great many years the monarchy seemed perpetually out of step with Britain's shifting social sands – distant, old-fashioned, the emblem of a stuffy, out of touch elite.
(Will Gore in The Independent - U.K. News, )

Her spiritually uplifting "Touched by an Angel" was a hit on CBS for nine seasons but was always out of step with the shooting, maiming, exploding, killing trends in prime time.
(The Denver Post - Entertainment, )

US Senate Democrats made the opening move in their effort to portray Republicans as out of step with mainstream Americans on the question of whether humans cause climate change.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )

Right to Rise, the “super PAC” supporting Mr. Bush, uses Mr. Kasich’s record as a governor and congressman from Ohio to paint him as out of step with New Hampshire values.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

Mice with simulated jet lag have an increased risk of developing liver cancer.Sleeping out of step with the day–night cycle has been linked to various health disorders in humans.
(Nature, )

Speaking exclusively to THR, the actor and LGBT activist says the 'Star Trek Beyond' development for his character is out of step with what creator Gene Roddenberry would have wanted.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Movies, )

A new study has suggested that summer born children struggle at school entry because of unrealistic education targets and a curriculum that is out of step with their developmental levels.
(Science Daily - News, )

But that's what Canada often pays for prescription drugs, according to experts, because of a regulatory system that's fallen out of step with the realities of today's pharmaceutical market.
(Sean Davidson in CBC News - Business, )

Charles M. Schulz's beloved cartoon "Peanuts," with its artfully minimalist design and simple, good-hearted characters, would seem out of step with the modern pop culture mantra of more is more.
(Rebecca Keegan in Los Angeles Times - Movies Now, )

Chinese authorities have issued verbal warnings to economists, analysts and business reporters whose gloomy public remarks on the economy are out of step with the government’s upbeat statements.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is "winding down" its gender identity services for children and youth after an external review found its approach was out of step with accepted clinical practice.
(The Canadian Press in CBC News - Health, )

A study from the Rockefeller Foundation and communications firm Cision suggests that when it comes to the gig economy, the news media is out of step with and not representing the sentiments of ordinary people.
(Erik Sherman, Contributor in Forbes - Personal Finance, )

There are two geographic entities that start with the letter "I" that are or are facing status as economic pariahs because religious fervor and political obstinance has put them out of step with major influencers.
(Forbes - Business, )

In the late 1960s, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences faced an identity crisis as the taste of its members, many of them veterans of the old studio system, began to seem out of step with the rapidly changing times.
(Los Angeles Times - Entertainment News, )

Donald Trump showed no sign of letting up on his harsh immigration rhetoric as he returned to California on Wednesday with a message decidedly out of step with a state that has roundly rejected a hard-line approach to the issue.
(Los Angeles Times - National News, )

Canada's absolute ban on assisted suicide is out of step with the times and deprives those with incurable illnesses their right to decide matters "critical to their dignity and autonomy," the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday.
(Carol J. Williams in Los Angeles Times - World News, )

Amid charges of being out of step with income inequality, former President Bill Clinton spoke out about the impact of policies like a welfare overhaul and the earned-income tax credit — a message his wife could use if she runs in 2016.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

The forces pushing for a new congestion tax face two main obstacles: They are out of step with a prevailing Canadian ethos that frowns on new taxes; and they are pitching to a crowd mistrustful of not just TransLink, but also local governments.
(The Vancouver Sun - Business, )

While Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's call for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States" has drawn ire from both ends of the political spectrum as being out of step with American values, history tells a different story.
(CBC News in CBC News - World, )

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