date from

  1. belong to an earlier time
    This story dates back 200 years
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How To Use date from In A Sentence

  • The lunar calendar and new year festivities date from ancient times.
  • Thought to date from the third century BC, it looks incredibly modern – the work of Giacometti is usually used in the same breath.
  • The task of the tallyman is to get a tally of the votes for each candidate from each polling station.
  • After protracted consideration the national government had decided to ask a mandate from the people.
  • Fibroblasts grow into the exudate from both the visceral and parietal pleural surface to produce an inelastic membrane called the pleural peel.
  • On none of these issues does he seem to have received a clear mandate from the electorate.
  • The loch contains a crannog, a man-made island which once held a roundhouse and is believed to date from around the 1st century AD.
  • They were asked to select the party candidate from 20 aspirants.
  • Problem description: Suppose a mandate from then - K parallel work can be completed machines.
  • Emboldened by their mandate from the voters, the parties challenged de Gaulle at every turn.
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