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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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The findings "fit with the sense that a period of systemic inflammation antedates the clinical diagnosis of RA, and this systemic inflammatory burden increases cardiovascular risk," said Mary Chester Wasko, M.
Furthermore, the findings "certainly fit with the sense that a period of systemic inflammation antedates the clinical diagnosis of RA, and this systemic inflammatory burden increases cardiovascular risk," said Mary Chester Wasko, M.
Low urinary PIGF antedates the clinical diagnosis of preeclampsia and may serve as a screening test to predict who will develop early-onset disease," Dr.
The convention of extralegality for a just cause antedates the advent of hard-boiled heroes.
This use of the adjective peckish antedates the previous first-known example, an entry in Francis Grose's Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, by just over seventy years.
Welfare antedates parliamentary democracy as it adapts from earlier aristocratic traditions of civil service stewardship.
It does, however, hearken back to a tradition that antedates Pythagorus and includes Christian Huygen's work on the harmony of the spheres.
hardly antedates the conferences, but her edition and translation of the Elder Brother Story (Madras, 1992) and many of her articles came later.
Each of these three current sums of the Ps has different persistence conditions: the aggregate antedated both me and my body by millions of years and will outlast us; my body antedates me (it was once a fetus and I have never been a fetus: for I am essentially a person, and a human body, when it is a fetus, does not yet have the right causal capacities to be--or to constitute--a person) and may outlast me (it will if it becomes a corpse or a "vegetable").
The quill and paper of the Shakespeare monument appears in a 1737 drawing by Vertue, which antedates the first known repairs.
Why did the author of Tout-Monde, which pushed to the limit the principle of open-ended relation of cultures in the contemporary world, find it necessary to posit an ahistorical spiritual/cultural source that antedates slavery in Africa?
Thus, for example, she repeatedly attributes the muscular build of many classical figures in Academic art to the influence of muscular Christianity and other body-conscious movements, but neglects to elaborate upon the curious nineteenth-century fascination with ancient sculpture (which antedates the popularization of physical anthropology), the development of mythography as a subject for Victorian intellectuals, or the revival of interest in Renaissance art and artists (who were among the first to stress anatomy in art training).
There is no parliamentary morality that antedates Parliament.