date stamp


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date stamp

n
1. (Commerce) an adjustable rubber stamp for recording the date
2. (Commerce) an inked impression made by this
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.date stamp - stamp with a date; "The package is dated November 24"
date - provide with a dateline; mark with a date; "She wrote the letter on Monday but she dated it Saturday so as not to reveal that she procrastinated"
stamp - to mark, or produce an imprint in or on something; "a man whose name is permanently stamped on our maps"
Translations
Ersttagsstempel

date stamp

n (on library book) → timbro datario; (on fresh food) → scadenza; (postmark) → timbro
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1000 data point memory with time and date stamp combine with RS232 and USB interfaces to make it easy to take readings where you need them and transfer them to a database back in the lab.
Customers who have a Barnslig sleeping bag with date stamps 0745 to 0824 are asked to take it back to their local Ikea store, where they will receive a full refund.
The second model was constructed using all secondary diagnoses, ignoring the information present in the CPAA modifier: the "no date stamp model.
The sub-office has its own date stamp and is a favourite with stamp collectors and tourists.
The statistics showed it should have taken two to six days for the extension request to get to the IRS Ogden center, but a date stamp used by the IRS showed that the bag containing the taxpayers' extension request was "received" April 26, 1996--11 days later.
Completed, The Total Number Of Hours Billed, Before And After Pictures With The Date Stamp, Itemized List Of
In fact, a fading date stamp (next to one showing 1974) proved it was actually taken in December 1967.
In time we will know whether the date stamp concept, combined with thoughtful guidelines on how to ensure that the coding is uniform, merits expansion to states beyond California and New York.
A picture postcard of the Ely Cathedral with a circular date stamp "Cambridge" of September 7, 1943.
Artist Carol Bore was raised in Berkeley, California, the place bearing the most vivid date stamp from that era, and has said her interest in this period stems from a need to "think about" her family.
0, a shop floor distributed numerical control (DNC) program, has been enhanced to include the following features: direct links to a modeling program for NC source code and a graphics and document viewer; an ISO-compliant file archive function; file date stamp within the DNC Library; NC program editor selection; quick-access buttons for the Receive File Administrator, Parts and Operations, and DNC Library.
Royal Mail is commemorating the introduction of the Bishopmark now known as a postmark - 355 years after it was first used to ensure that mail was delivered in a timely manner, The stamp was introduced by Colonel Henry Bishop, the first Postmaster General, on 2 August 1661 and featured the day and month when the item of mail had entered the postal service,To mark the day Royal Mail is releasing a special postmark that replicates the design of the original,The UK was the first country in the world to use a date stamp.