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Sentence count:74+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-25Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: date backgo backSimilar words: come fromfree fromaside fromderive fromcompensate forfromthe front linefar fromMeaning: v. belong to an earlier time. 
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(1) The furniture and floor coverings date from the 1920s.
(2) You have omitted the date from this check.
(3) The exhibits date from the 17th century.
(4) The drains date from the beginning of the century.
(5) The burnt-out remains date from the 13th century.
(6) The temple is presumed to date from the first century BC.
(7) Most of the tapestries in this room date from the seventeenth century.
(8) Most of them date from the Iron Age.
(9) All these date from the fifteenth century.
(10) His first publications date from work carried out there.
(11) Several of his finest works date from these years.
(12) The locomotives date from the 1920s.
(13) The manuscripts date from circa 1100 B.C.
(14) Furniture(sentencedict .com),( textiles and floor coverings date from the late 1960s or earlier.
(15) These masterly cantatas date from different periods in Bach's life.
(16) Most of the old great Elf towns date from this period and it goes some way towards accounting for their remoteness.
(17) Some of my happiest memories date from the time when Father was alive.
(18) The extreme left doors date from 1948, the work of Arrigo Menerbi, showing the tribulations of early Christians.
(19) Pine stumps on Lewis date from 4800 - 3900 B.P., suggesting that pine was a late arrival there.
(20) Studies of in vitro aggregation in diabetics date from the late sixties and early seventies.
(21) They date from a year later and are the product of a different engineering team - Bob Auger and Douglas Terry.
(22) This was the latest in date from Viola to Walter.
(23) All the photographs in this book, unless otherwise stated, date from the 1950s.
(24) In 1040 the Normans took over the area and its great cathedral churches date from the succeeding 100 years.
(25) As a result of that intense period of creative self-examination all the symphonies as they are played today date from after 1945.
(26) The sculptures bear all the hallmarks of the Braun workshop and date from 1713-19.
(27) It was built in the fifteenth century and the paintings date from c. 1520; it is a very fine example indeed.
(28) Visigothic and Burgundian law-codes are more precise, but they date from later generations.
(29) This may have been done in the Middle Ages, but many warrens seem to date from the sixteenth century onwards.
(30) Some of these have rectangular layouts of streets which seem to date from late Saxon times, as at Winchester and Guildford.
More similar words: come fromfree fromaside fromderive fromcompensate forfromthe front linefar fromas fromaway fromfrom now onhear fromkeep fromlearn fromapart frommandatecandidateupdateto datedepart fromdiffer fromexempt fromresult fromfrom memorybenefit fromup to dateout of datedate back toaccommodatefrom time to time
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