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antedate

verb affix an earlier date, anachronize, assign to an earlier date, date back, date before the true date, date before the true time, date earlier than the fact, predate, set an earlier date, transfer to an earlier date

ANTEDATE. To, put a date to an instrument of a time before the time it was written. Vide Date.

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Judge Niazi, who had granted bail to Hijazi had noted in her order that 'it has yet to be ascertained if Hijazi pressurised his subordinates, or closure of the record in back dates was made with consensus by all of them.
Islamabad -- The Islamabad High Court on Tuesday granted one-month time to management of the Associated Press of Pakistan (APP) for implementation of a Supreme Court verdict regarding back date service benefits including the seniority issue of more than a dozen journalists.
ISLAMABAD, 10 June, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered reinstatement of 478 employees of the Sui Southern Gas Pipelines Limited (SSGPL) from the date of their termination but with no back date benefits.
He said PPP has always struggled and fought for the rights of labourers and low paid employees, adding that during the last two years many sacked employees were reinstated with back date benefits.
Women would also benefit if they were allowed to back date NI contributions or continue building up entitlement beyond the age of 60.
The manager of Chesterbased insolvency practitioners Parkin S Booth raised the issue with her employers who updated her salary but refuse to back date it.
Sources on condition of anonymity have confirmed to this scribe that Ganejra is not only sitting in his previous office, he is also passing on directives and dictating to DDGs about adjusting his close aides and payments are being made in back dates.
The Beatles legend was forced to push back dates of his Out There tour due to a viral infection which left him hospitalised last month.