|stamp marking date||date stamp|
|(Biology) primitive eye-like receptor that is light-sensitive and helps orient an organism (in primitive single-celled organisms), eye-shaped marking, light-sensitive part||eyespot|
|(Latin) part of the phrase "anno Domini" ("in the year of our Lord, " generally written as "A.D.", designates the years since the reputed date of the birth of Christ)||Domini|
|300th anniversary, marking 300 years since something happened, tercentennial, three hundredth anniversary, tricentary, tricentennial||tercentenary|
|4-syllable poetic foot, poetic foot of verse used in lyric poetry having two unstressed syllables flanked by the two rhythmic stresses marking the first and last syllables of the foot||choriamb|
|400th anniversary, marking 400th anniversary, period of 400 years; 400th anniversary, pertaining to a period of 400 years||quadricentennial|
|50th anniversary of event, marking 50th anniversary||semicentennial|
|A tax or duty rebate on imported goods that are exported at a later date.||Drawback|
|A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in proper form or the buyer fails to deliver funds in proper form., A trade is said to fail if on settlement date either the seller fails to deliversecurities in...||Fail|
|acceptance into church, ceremony marking beginning of responsible adulthood, confirming something, formal approval; proof; verification; coming of age ceremony (Christianity, Judaism), something that confirms something else||confirmation|
|act of burning with a hot iron; act of stigmatizing, act of marking with disgrace||branding|
|act of characterizing something as disgraceful; act of marking with a stigma||stigmatization|
|act of printing another color or additional material on a surface that has already been printed; printing of an excessive amount; postage stamp which has been overprinted with additional information, add printing to something, additional printing, over...||overprint|
|act of writing, act of writing out letters, act of marking with letters; written or printed letters, piece of writing||lettering|
|action of banging down a foot, bang a foot down forcibly, cancellation across a postage stamp, characteristic of something, crush rocks, design printed onto paper with a stamp, gummed paper as an official mark, gummed paper paying for postage, have a l...||stamp|
|action reacting to past situation, applicability to the past, countereffect, law which takes effect on a past date; action that is contrary to an earlier action||retroaction|
|activity or occupation which is done for pleasure or amusement (i.e. stamp collecting, sewing), enjoyable activity, small gray falcon||hobby|
|additional print, newly-printed copy of an earlier publication, copy of something already published, impression of postage stamp, offprint, print again, make another copy of printed material, print something again, reissue of printed work||reprint|
|adjournment, continuation of something, continuing, prolonging; deferring of a lawsuit or trial till a later date (Law), length of time something lasts||continuance|
|adopt or follow an idea, be part of something, date somebody, match, harmonize with; spend time with||go with|
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