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Antonyms for undatable

not capable of being given a date

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The fourth Occitan sestina, by Pons Fabre d'Uzes, who is undatable but probably late, has uniform lines of eight syllables masculine.
The stone, being undatable, could have been created for this ceremony.
Of the sixty-eight new peerage creations we are dealing with [see Appendix B (ii)], twenty-two took part in twenty-three marriages before 1330, thirty-three took part in thirty-four marriages during the period 1330-77, and seventeen marriages are undatable.
Even so, the micro-excavation and laser-decomposition carbon-extraction techniques (Watchman) appear to be producing impressive early results (for example, cover photograph of this volume) and offer a means of dating previously undatable rock-markings.
Unless dated by inscription, their lack of documentation and generic character mean that they are undatable.
This condition excludes sites of uncertain date and a considerable number of undatable surface finds.
One of the many things that attracted me to Boots was exactly this undatable urbanity that he carried around with him without conscious nostalgia.
The Tibetan translation of the text, the Za-ma-tog bkod-pa, in the sDe-dge edition, mDo 116, made by Jinamitra, D[bar{a}]na[acute{s}][bar{i}]la and the Tibetan redactor Ye-shes-sde, is, for the time being, undatable.
The work, however, is undatable and so full of Christian scribal glosses that it is difficult to know if it is a predecessor of Jesus' own formulation.
Reutter can then assign the remaining, otherwise undatable manuscripts to an approximate time period.
Translating the information derived from datable bronzes to undatable rock panels provides us with the key to dating the rock art.
The product of a frenetic graphomania, these largely undatable pages extend from 1877, the year of the artist's first institutionalization in Paris, where he learned to be a belated if already haunted disciple of the Barbizon School, to his final, isolated decades in Lund, under the protective roof of his mother and sister.
The rapidly increasing number of near-calendrical methods, such as U/Th disequilibrium dating and thermal and optical luminescence techniques that date flowstone, coral, soil concretions and the hitherto undatable fine wind-blown and water-laid sands (Wintle 1996; Lang 1996; Lang & Wagner 1997) presents persuasive practical arguments for a calendrical time-scale.