The unconditional probability that the asset will remain unsold until the auction date t is the product of the series of complementary conditional probabilities antedating
the auction at date t.
Its own antedating
may be just for show that it, too, is trying to set a good, if fake, example.
A final "potty mouth" antedating
from Lexis and Westlaw is cocksucking.
In a period when journalism and drama were so closely linked, with the publication of the pamphlet newsplay sometimes antedating
the news item, the political dimension is always apparent.
The new volume is largely compiled from previously published articles, some antedating
the publication of CHP, some more recent; three new articles are added.
Perhaps Morindos is most important in being one of the earliest literary works to show the influence of Macbeth, antedating
the play's first obvious theatrical debtors, Thorny Abbey and The Witch, by several years.
Levine concluded (1987: 20-23) that proseuche usually (though not always) denotes a Diaspora institution antedating
How did such consistency replace the extreme variatioa used by the other compositor, antedating
the revisioa possibly only by a few months or years?
2) I cannot find this essay in the original edition of the Indicator, but this usage of grandiosity (OED 1839) is in any case an antedating
Smith, too, concentrates on the period antedating
LALME (while drawing methoddological insights from the much richer later material) in his |Tradition and innovation in South-West-Midland Middle English' (53-65) - a region comparatively well documented by, for example, the AB-language of the Ancrene Riwle texts, and |spanning a period of dynamic transition between traditional and innovatory approaches to the copying of literature' (65); I cannot see, however, that |sociohistorical linguistics' is involved here, the social data being next to non-existent for an evaluation.
Of the six hundred illustrative quotations already added to the dictionary database to date from ECCO, around one third represent antedatings
of the first-known occurrence of a word or sense previously recorded in the OED.
for military terminology are prominent: criniere n.