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Backdating

Predating a document or instrument prior to the date it was actually drawn. The negotiability of an instrument is not affected by the fact that it is backdated.

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Whitbread has successively knocked back start dates from February to "early summer", but yesterday it firmed up the timescale for the venture.
Microsoft's decision to bring back Start menu with the free Windows 8.1 update is good news to many.
Gulf Air, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines all announced the resumption of flights into the country, but have either pushed back start dates or are still trying to get services off the ground.
I'm off on holiday to Spain and then when I get back start preparing for the winter and competing at some of the smaller Eisteddfodau.
"We have an international break too, you have to wait and after when they come back start thinking about the team."
Even if we had the lead in the first half, UE fought back start of the second [half] I think it was an 8-0 run, said DLSU head coach Juno Sauler.
Gold Cup entry Celestial Gold took his come back start satisfactorily and will revert to fences by contesting one of the forthcoming trials for the race.
The process to bring them back started following a joint intervention by the home ministries of the two countries in last year.
Up to 2,000 militants were believed to be defending the city when the US-backed campaign to take it back started just a week ago.
Homs Governor Talal al-Barazi, in a statement to SANA, pointed out to communications which confirm the willingness of al-Waer residents to turn back to the neighborhood, adding that the turning back started with batches from Jarablus and Idleb as there is a new batch that will return soon.
"I was there when the journey back started and hopefully now we are going to finish it.
"'Too much' means overrotating or pushing yourself because you're trying to get back to what you might have been able to do before your back started to hurt, or if you're in a class, because you're competing with the person next to you." Yoga is a "mind-body tune-up just for you," he stresses.