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date back

To have originated at an earlier time. This phrase is often followed by "to" and then the corresponding time frame or historical figure. I know she thinks that this vase is some great antique, but I doubt it dates back more than 30 years. This vase dates back to the Victorian period. This vase dates back to Queen Victoria.
See also: back, date

date from (something)

To have originated in an earlier time period. This vase dates from the Victorian period.
See also: date

date back (to someone or some time)

to have origins that extend back to the time of someone or something. This part of the palace dates back to Catherine the Great. This is old! It really must date back.
See also: back, date
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OD-521, dated 15 February 2016, on the revocation of the banking licence from the credit institution OJSC CB Kapitalbank (the city of Rostov-on-Don);
OD-522, dated 15 February 2016, on appointing the provisional administration to the credit institution OJSC CB Kapitalbank (the city of Rostov-on-Don) due to the revocation of its banking licence;
OD-523, dated 15 February 2016, on the revocation of the banking licence from the credit institution CB Unifin JSC (the city of Moscow);
OD-524, dated 15 February 2016, on appointing the provisional administration to the credit institution CB Unifin JSC (the city of Moscow) due to the revocation of its banking licence;
OD-526, dated 15 February 2016, on the termination of activity of provisional administration to manage the credit institution BANK RSB 24 (JSC) (the city of Moscow).
OD-465, dated 11 February 2016, on suspending insurance licences of the insurance company PROFSODRUZHESTVO JSC;
OD-466, dated 11 February 2016, on suspending insurance licences of the Insurance Company Invest-Alliance LLC;
OD-467, dated 11 February 2016, on suspending insurance licences of the Insurance Company FINROS JSC;
OD-468, dated 11 February 2016, on the revocation of the insurance licence from the Insurance Company Web-Life LLC;