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1. This event long antedates the arrival of Columbus in America.
2. The economic troubles antedate the current administration.
3. The hot weather antedated my departure for Beidaihe.
4. This event antedates the discovery of America by several centuries.
5. The crypt antedates the rest of the building by several centuries.
6. The gens was the communal group which Marx, following Morgan, considered as ante-dating all known history.
7. That debate antedated the disclosure of the contents of the present documents.
8. They felt that the despair long antedated the neoplasms and that their becoming fatally ill merely confirmed what they already believed.
9. The Invoice be antedate to january 1 st.
10. To precede in time; antedate.
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11. The cold weather antedate ed their departure.
12. To make this cheque legal, you should antedate it by 7days.
13. Moreover, many of the persistent autocracies of the Middle East and North Africa—most notably Iran, Iraq, and Egypt—antedate Islam by more than a millennium.
14. The great eternal truths and principles of life antedate all religions.
15. All this is not to antedate the demise of the empire.
16. The early hominid, which antedate the appearence of Australopithecus robustus in the archaeological record(sentencedict.com), engaged in simple tool behavior.
17. Rather they derive from associated events in experience that antedate linguistic structure both phylogenetically and, in man, in individual development.
18. This appears convincing since the decline in mortality rates antedated for the most part the advent of efficacious pills and surgical procedures.
19. To place a prior date on a legal document, statement or check. Also called antedate .
20. Recent Findings: A number of prospective studies have shown that weight gain can antedate the development of asthma.
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