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Locally, the earliest evidence yet identified of human consumption of dates was recorded, with date palm seeds dating back to 5110 BC found on Abu Dhabi's Dalma Island.
As one way to confirm his approach to dating copper-plate prints, Hedges used the computerized-image analyses to determine the paleness of the prints from editions of two old map books, L'isole piu famose del mondo by Thomas Poreacchi and Geographiae by Giovanni Magini, all of which contained publication dates.
Dan, a 28-year-old aspiring Los Angeles actor, and some of his friends were flipping through a gay magazine earlier this year when an ad for a dating service called the Gay Millionaires Club caught their eye.
David Winston Sutter ("Weighed in the Balance: The Similitudes of Enoch in Recent Discussion," Religious Studies Review 7 [1981]: 218) says that "a strong case can be made for a first-century dating either before or after the destruction of the Temple in 70 C.E.," though not much before 70.
In addition, Move for Servers supports an extensive array of aging features that are specific to the needs of the Year 2000 project, including Object-Level Semantic Aging, Date Interpretation, Semantic SafeGuard, Target Dating, Global Date Advancement, Window Watching, Date Absorption and Date Skipping.
(13) The statutory goal could also be furthered by dating notices in such a manner to ensure that the taxpayer will have adequate time to respond.
Ah, dating. For all its heart-thumping glory, it can also come with a heavy-duty helping of awkwardness and anxiety.