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date from (something)

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

to have an existence that extends from a particular time. This building dates from the beginning of the last century. These books date from the 1920s.
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India has emerged as the major importers of dried dates from Pakistan as it imported 171,004 tonnes of dates during the year 2016-17 against the imports of 113,146 tonnes last year.
263A-9(f)(2), T can modify its choice of measurement dates from one tax year to another; any such change is not a change in accounting method to which Secs.