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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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References in classic literature ?
Dawson's books certainly showed when he had resumed his attendance on Miss Halcombe at Blackwater Park, but it was not possible to calculate back from this date with any exactness, without such help from Mrs.
Dawson, I resolved to try next if I could establish the date of Sir Percival's arrival at Knowlesbury.
She remembered her master calling her out of bed, and remembered his frightening her by swearing--but the date at which the occurrence happened was, as she honestly acknowledged, "quite beyond her.
There is no need to describe what passed between us--it ended, as all my other attempts to discover the date had ended.
Date fruit is one of the most import fruit crop especially in the Middle East with global production of dates reaching 7.
The preamble to the temporary regulations states, "[b]ecause the rule applies only for testing dates on or after the date of the distribution, a distribution does not retroactively cause (or undo) an owner shift that would (or would not) have occurred if the distributee had actually acquired the ownership interest on the date and in the manner acquired by the trust"; see TD 9063 (6/26/03).
Hungry for missing publication dates, rare-document specialists scrutinize watermarks, book bindings, and even tiny imperfections in individual letters of old tracts.
Because the date was well beyond the 180-day life allowed by the municipality, as indicated on the check, the merchant sought a replacement.
They're good to go to if it's a date, because you can emotionally manipulate the woman you're with.
There are two key dates under both the CBA rules and PCAOB standards: the report issuance date, or report release date, and the documentation completion date.
Earlier scholars picked earlier dates for the Similitudes of Enoch [chapters 37-71 in 1 Enoch).
Taxpayers whose monthly or quarterly Hotel Room Occupancy Tax returns and payments are due in September, October, or November 2001 and who are unable to file on those dates may file and pay any tax due on or before Dec.