Post-dated check

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Post-dated check

A check that becomes payable and negotiable on a future date specified.

Post-Dated Check

A check dated for one or more days after it is written. For example, if one dates a check for January 31st, and it is currently January 25th, it is a postdated check. Theoretically, banks do not honor postdated checks, though many do anyway.
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London, September 26 ( ANI ): British singles spend an average of fourteen and a half minutes writing that first post-date text, a new survey has been revealed.
This is because texting has become a vital part in the new era of dating, with almost a third of singles surveyed admitting that they would be put off by their potential partners based on the content of their post-date text, the Daily Mail reported.
The survey also found that single men are 60 per cent more likely than women to get a friend to check their post-date texts before sending them.
KRISTINA is currently in her usual throes of post-date 'why-doesn't-he call?
If the study was written years ago (only seven works in the "Bibliography" post-date 1993), it should probably have been sufficiently up-dated.
The problem is that we encounter an anachronistic delimiting of authorial construction that post-dates both authors.
To the best of our knowledge, these later intrusions post-date VMS mineralization in the Sturgeon Lake camp.
I've even had a vendor or two post-date when they charge to my card," says Hughes, whose business supplies promotional and private label baseball caps to such retail clients as Liz Claiborne.
Post-date follow-up: He phones you - from the corner shop as he gets brekkie in.
Post-date follow-up: He promises to call you tomorrow - after the big game.
Post-date follow-up: Asks you why you forgot his six- pack of Tennants again.
A series of east-west fractures which post-date the cross-cutting NW-NE fracture sequence but appear non-penetrative into the Tertiary Basin.

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