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Dating

Credit extension beyond normal terms of a credit supplier.

Dating

The extension of credit by a bank to a customer for a longer-than-normal period of time.
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2000, Dendrochronology and lichenomerry: colonization, growth rates and dating of geomorphological events on the east side of the North Patagonian Icefield, Chile: Geomorphology, v.
He disclosed that a three-year study was carried out using Dendrohydrology, a new technology, at the Laboratory of Dendrochronology and Plant Ecology of Pakistan Department of Botany, FUUAST, Karachi.
One of the earliest was dated by dendrochronology to 917 while the latest ones had been built after the year 927.
Clearly, other dating methods, such as verve or dendrochronology, are required to circumvent this problem.
Some authors have restricted the term Dendrochronology to the use of tree rings to date events only.
Given that we can look back through the history of tree response to periodical cicadas with dendrochronology, we can determine if cicadas had a different effect on the trees growth from one emergence to another as the trees mature (Fig.
Specialist appendices include the stone and ceramic building material, Roman pottery, accessioned finds, plant remains, animal bone, dendrochronology, and radiocarbon dating.
It contains many original features and has recently been dated by dendrochronology, the counting of tree rings in he wooden beams.
It consists of a late prehistoric Inupiat semi-subterranean house feature dated by dendrochronology and artifact typology to the 16th century AD.
4) At one time it was thought that this portrait had been painted during Holbein's first visit to England, but dendrochronology has established that it cannot be earlier than 1535.
Written by Prof Mick Aston and Tony Robinson, surely the most enthusiastic man in television, Archaeology is Rubbish, A Beginner's Guide is a manual of modern day archaeological techniques, from explaining such technical terms as geophysics and dendrochronology to the difference between digging a test-pit and a trench.
Stephan Knobloch assisted in the technical studies of the pictures while Peter Klein contributed a discussion on their dendrochronology.