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Synonyms for antedate

to come, exist, or occur before in time

Synonyms for antedate

be earlier in time

establish something as being earlier relative to something else

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3-5) It has been inappropriately labeled "reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome of the shoulder," and may antedate parkinsonian motor symptoms by at least 2 years.
Among its stipulations, the FCRA specifies that no consumer reporting agency may make a consumer report containing information about "civil suits, civil judgments, and records of arrest that from date of entry, antedate the report by more than seven years or until the governing statute of limitations has expired.
The B version must antedate 1553, the latest possible date for National Library of Wales, MS Llanstephan 117, the earliest copy in which it is preserved entire, and at least one stanza of it goes back as far as 1527, when it was copied in South Glamorgan Library (Cardiff), MS 3.
In fact, the experiences of African peoples in the Americas constitute the overwhelming majority of the papers and only Allison Blakely raises issues that antedate the Atlantic slave trade in his discussion of the evolution of the European definition of black racial identity.
Long-term licensing arrangements that antedate Webcasting often limit licensees' rights to broadcasting in a specific geographic area.
This is primarily due to favourable weather conditions from January to March, which prompted the market to antedate orders.
If the year began on Nisan, the date in 2:1 would be the twenty-first year of the reign; otherwise, the events recorded in the second chapter would antedate those recounted in the first chapter.
It follows that personality variables of sensation seeking, impulsivity, conduct problems may antedate the initiation and development of substance abuse and dependence, respectively.
This external trade is concomitant with the growth of the mature form of this civilization; this trade does not antedate it.
By contrast, for Genoa no more than a handful of texts antedate 1492, whereas afterward there is a torrent--one, however, of acts describing Jews who have converted and are being sold as slaves, largely young women.
The Dialhouse is the perfect antedate to the hum-drum and a place for lovers of the finer things in life.
For these, however, Nexis will often antedate the evidence of even the richest traditional citation files: OUP's extensive Nexis searching testifies to this fact.
Russell RR III, Taegtmeyer H: changes in the citric acid cycle flux and anaplerosis antedate the functional decline in isolated rat hearts.
Moreover, they antedate the first evidence of such ingots on Cyprus by some two centuries.
Brooke is spotty in her discussion of images of Francis that antedate the Assisi frescoes.