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The way to earn the 'Analytical' badge is: Visited every section of the FAQ (retired). What does (retired) mean? Does it mean that it is no longer available?

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    let the tag enjoy its retirement... – user234239 Sep 30 '13 at 2:49

It means that the badge is no longer being awarded.

See also List of all badges with full descriptions: Other badges.

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    I think that is a weird way to express the meaning. I prefer the straight way like "no more awarded" instead – HendraWD Mar 30 '17 at 16:57

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