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dated

(Antiquated), adjective ancient, antiquated, archaic, discontinued, not modern, obsolete, past, preexisting, stale, superannuated, timeworn, used, vintage, waning, weathered, worn, worn out

dated

(Date-stamped), adjective embossed, imprinted, marked, recorded, sealed
Associated concepts: a date certain, acknowledgment, date of injury, date of issue
Foreign phrases: Datum.A date. A datu. From the date. A die confectionis. From the date of the making (action taken). A die datus. From the day of the actual date.
See also: antiquated, obsolete, outdated, outmoded
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OD-506, dated 12 February 2016, on amending Appendix 1 to Bank of Russia Order No.
OD-507, dated 12 February 2016, on amending Appendix 1 to Bank of Russia Order No.
OD-508, dated 12 February 2016, on amending Appendix to Bank of Russia Order No.
Donahue of the University of Arizona in Tucson, where Bischoff's charcoal was dated. The dating range of both methods is about 50,000 years, he adds.
Although the three scientific teams conducting the first-ever carbon dating of the shroud swore to keep the results secret until the Church announced their findings, repeated rumors surfaced that those scientists had dated the shroud to a time far later than the 1st century AD.
sapiens may have split into a southern group, represented by fragmentary fossils from a South African site tentatively dated at between 80,000 and 110,000 years old, and a northern group whose remains extend from Ethiopia to the Middle East.