date-stamp


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date-stamp

vb (tr)
to mark (an object) with an inked impression of a date
Translations

date-stamp

[ˈdeɪtstæmp] VTestampar la fecha en
see also date
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Three indexable rings provide date-stamp information for 12 months and 6 years.
The change will become effective in January, when a date-stamp will be introduced on Aeroplan Miles which can reportedly be redeemed for items including gifts and flight tickets on Air Canada.
If your idea is covered by copyright, send a copy to a solicitor and ask them to date-stamp it and hold it on file.
Having that official accept and date-stamp the return timely (and date-stamp the taxpayer's retained copy) should be persuasive on the issue of timely filing.
Meanwhile, post offices prepared special mount papers for customers wanting the "11.11.11" date-stamp.
With the CellTrust SL2 for BlackBerry app, all communication is time- and date-stamped, tracked, logged and archived.
All of Mostyn's timber fences and gates are date-stamped with a metal punch.
But because his time and date-stamped ticket did not include his registration details, car park operators Civil Enforcement Ltd say he is liable for the fine.