Predates Sentence Examples
It actually predates the pyramids of Egypt and the current consensus is that it was an astronomical observatory.
It was first described in 1921 and therefore predates the BSE epidemic by many years.
This symbol predates the Christian tattoo by thousands of years and is the symbol for life.
Built over 4000 years ago, the Step pyramid at Saqqara predates the great pyramids by over 1000 years.
Of course the policy probably predates British socialism I'd imagine.Advertisement
The online coffee pot actually predates our World Wide Web server by some time.
The development of intensity as a tool thus predates instrumental seismology (although really not by very much ).
The Celtic cross is an ancient symbol native to the Celtic lands and predates Christianity.
It certainly predates the beginning of salmon farming in Scotland.
The lack of English support for maintaining the Union with Northern Ireland long predates the Belfast Agreement.Advertisement
Or is it something about them that predates their Oscar triumph and helped them win?
The development of intensity as a tool thus predates instrumental seismology (although really not by very much).
However, this object predates the expansion of Islam and is made of local, not imported, materials.
The Chinese zodiac actually predates the western zodiac by many years, although there are similarities between the two systems.