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to date

up to the present time. How much have you accomplished to date? I've done everything I'm supposed to have done to date.
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to date

to this time I wrote to you two months ago, but to date I have not received a reply.
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to date

Up to now, until the present time, as in To date we've received no word from them. [First half of 1900s]
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to date

Until now: To date, only half of those invited have responded.
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Shen says he hopes to work out an agreement with Chinese officials in charge of the Liujiang skull to date the specimen directly.
Scientists have used the technique to date a wide variety of material, from the ancient shells of plankton to charcoal in hearths used by Ice Age humans.
Edison Mission Group ("EMG") announced today the results to date of its indirect subsidiary's, Edison Mission Energy ("EME"), previously announced cash tender offer and consent solicitation for EME's outstanding 10% Senior Notes due August 15, 2008 (the "2008 Notes"-CUSIP No.
The use of a controversial technique to date an underappreciated type of ancient refuse -- ostrich eggshells -- may help resolve questions about modern human origins.
DHI"), announced today the results to date of DHI's previously announced cash tender offer and consent solicitation for its Second Priority Senior Secured Floating Rate Notes due 2008 (the "2008 Notes" - CUSIP No.
Western Wireless LLC announced the results to date of its previously announced tender offer for any and all of its outstanding 9.