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date/acquaintance rape

a sexual assault or rape by a person known to the victim, such as a date, employer, friend, or casual acquaintance. See also rape.


A particular day of a particular month and year.
[L. datum, (document) issued]

Patient discussion about date

Q. How easy is it to tell about the baby’s birth date? Is it reliable? Hi everyone! My sister is being diagnosed as pregnant. She has a very regular menstrual cycle and her hormone levels are good. How easy is it to tell about the baby’s birth date? Is it reliable?

A. My friend got the due date of birth by doctor and it goes very near by, just the difference was for 5 days from the date. Since you have very regular menstural cycle, it would be easy for the doctors to calculate the birth date. And you can rely on the birth date being calculated by the doctors. It can be calculated easily. You need to find the 1st day of your last period then count back 3 months and add 7 days. Now you get your date.


A. The current preferred therapy for Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome is catheter ablation. This procedure involves inserting a tube (catheter) into an artery through a small cut near the groin up to the heart area. When the tip reaches the heart, the small area that is causing the fast heart rate is destroyed using a special type of energy called radiofrequency.
Catheter ablation cures this disorder in most patients. The success rate for the procedure ranges between 85 - 95%.

ask your doc about it.

Q. How many women actually give birth on their EDD (expected delivery date)? I am pregnant and my EDD is January 22nd. I was wondering what are the chances I will give birth on that day exactly?

A. If it's your first pregnancy, you probably will give birth after your EDD, as first pregnancies tend to be longer. Your EDD is after a full 40 weeks of pregnancy. It is most common to give birth between 38- 42 weeks of pregnancy.

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Of the remaining bronze plaques, two are not dateable and two others have death dates of 1882 and 1919.
He dates Buache's Considerations Geographiques throughout as 1752, although the work is very complicated and made up of several dateable parts, each with their own maps, which can be dated at least through 1753-4.
The trio of videos, available on Chevrolet's YouTube channel, suggest that owning a truck might change the perceptions of their drivers C even making them more rugged, dependable and dateable.
Four other silver bracteates minted by the Teutonic Order could be dated to the first quarter of the fourteenth century (Paszkiewicz 2009); the extensive ceramic assemblage could be broadly dated to the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, whilst several categories of artefacts such as the majority of boat sintels, buckles, spurs and keys were dateable to no later than the mid fourteenth century.
The silks which survive above ground--those not recovered from dateable tombs--could now surely be pinned down more narrowly than 'Ming dynasty' or 'Qing dynasty' (both dynastic spans of over 250 years).
5) You're going to very dateable Mark's house because you two had planned to watch DVDs.
The results have been announced to tie in with new show Europe's Most Dateable Cities, on Sky Travel tonight at 7.
Canon 7 is difficult to date since in the extant fragments, Shenoute makes no reference to specific, independently dateable events, such as the current length of his own tenure as abbot, the episcopacies of major bishops, or Church councils that may have occurred.
Tatler's Little Black Book, now in its fifth year, lists 200 of the most dateable men and women in the country.
Most Eligible Chicagoans 2014 - The magazine's annual round-up of the city's most dateable features 20 successful and interesting singles, including the Chicago Bulls' Taj Gibson, The Aviary's Christopher Gerber, and B96's Michelle "Showbiz Shelly" Menaker.
Knowing where a sherd was excavated is vital if it is to have archaeological significance, a significance which is greatly increased if it is found alongside other artefacts and dateable features.