redate

redate

(riːˈdeɪt)
vb (tr)
to change the date of (something)
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Daca exista dileme privind interpretarea datelor si rezultatelor expertizei, acestea vor fi redate in raportul de expertiza medico-legala, respectand astfel, indirect, principiul prezumtiei de nevinovatie.
Since without them there is "no evidence" that Leo outlawed icons, she can redate Germanus's letter stating that Leo was no iconoclast to "the 730s" rather than the generally accepted date before 726, when other sources say Leo introduced iconoclasm (23-24).
Thanks to ANSTO and Monash University for providing funding to redate the Dabangai site.
The only thing I can think of at present is if Birmingham can persuade King's Lynn to redate our proposed visit there on Wednesday, October 13, so we can return to Perry Barr that night.
Once plants begin to redate chicken, they quickly lose control of it and chicken could be redated day after day, with no records being kept.
Rectifiant l'erreur, Bonaccorso redate la lettre du 9 janvier 1848 en donnant la raison suivante: "s'il ne l'a pas termine pour le jour de l'an, le chapitre ne devrait pas etre termine non plus le dimanche 2 janvier; mais on ne saurait aller audela du second dimanche, car autrement la crainte du 12 decembre n'aurait plus de sens" (I: 477).
Kathryn Gleadle would like to redate the emergence of the women's rights movement in Britain from the 1850s to the 1830s.
In fact, it was not uncommon for Roman quaestors (public fiscal authorities) to redate their official records after the fact, since at the time of a transaction's occurrence, the date may not have been clear.
The majority of papyrologists agree with this date, others would prefer to redate it to the third century or even later.
A postscript will show that it went on to enjoy considerable popularity until the end of the century, and an introductory section will discuss its date, but very briefly, since Matthews has convincingly said most of what needs to be said about a recent attempt to redate it.
Joao Zilhao of the University of Barcelona notes that Wood's team didn't actually redate the part of the cave at Jarama VI where Neandertals most recently lived.
The upcoming Prado exhibition and the accompanying catalogue will redate the Venus and Mars Surprised by Vulcan in Munich's Alte Pinakothek to this phase of Tintoretto's career--to 1545, seven to ten years earlier than usual--a move that will certainly focus new attention on this astonishing painting.