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undatable

(ʌnˈdeɪtəbəl)
adj
not able to be dated
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Adj.1.undatable - not capable of being given a dateundatable - not capable of being given a date  
datable, dateable - that can be given a date; "a concrete and datable happening"- C.W.Shumaker
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A significant number of undatable letters are tentatively assigned to Tiglath pileser Ill's reign, as Luukko notes (p.
Rulers four to seven are essentially undatable, as they precede the development of writing, around 1400, and are drawn from oral tradition (Caldwell and Wellen 2016:127).
For sites that have a paucity of finds and other dating evidence, a Harris Matrix can assist in the relative dating of otherwise undatable contexts and create a logical sequence of events (Hinge 1996:70).
However, the Greenland shark is particularly soft, and until now, thought to be undatable.
The scholar is teased by the two catchwords on the facing pages of Milton's translation and Horace's Latin: AD, from "AD PYRRHAM," and Anno, from the book's next title, "Anno Aetatis 19: At a Vacation Exercise in the College." But the book keeps its secret, and the translation proves to be the "only wholly undatable poem in the collection," writes Gordon Campbell.
For example, King sets up three basic rules for his edition: first, the poems are arranged chronologically (except for a final section of undatable poems), to allow for (he says) the comparison of Lewis's prose and poetry in the same periods.
(quoting Danielle Citron) ("It's just an easy way to make people unemployable, undatable and potentially at physical risk.").
In fact, Leo's undatable fifth homily (from the second collection [post 445-461]) on the anniversary of his elevation had the same recourse to the Petrine commission, which challenges D.'s reading (see 45 and n.
Everyone assumes you're asexual, or you're weak and dependent or unmasculine or unfeminine or undatable or not interested in dating.
IGR 1.895 (not a tombstone) is undatable (but late 2nd/early 3rd c.
"Ancient" as opposed to medieval, but Bohak makes much use of Genizah material whose origin is often undatable; the cut-off date he uses, at least theoretically, is the 7th century CE.