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The date on which a person was born.
- ‘Somebody out there knows about my kids, their numbers and obviously their birthdates; anything their social security number can bring up.’
- ‘They confirmed the birthdates for my brother and me, but my sister's biological mother said she was actually born on February 13.’
- ‘Conception dates of hyena litters were calculated by subtracting the gestation period of 110 days from birthdates.’
- ‘You also get the birthdates and the correct pronunciation and nicknames for players.’
- ‘They have, for the first time, marked Wilson's birthdate - March 15, 1825.’
- ‘For instance, you could put in a spouse's name, children's names and birthdates.’
- ‘These records included personal information such as birthdates, county of birth and mother's maiden name.’
- ‘Their names, birthdates, and birthplaces can now be confirmed by the family records and the population census.’
- ‘No record exists of his birthdate, although he was baptized on April 26th, suggesting that he was born no more than a week earlier.’
- ‘Several Romanian gymnasts have said their birthdates were changed.’
- ‘Personal details include name of offender, address, birthdate, date of conviction, crime convicted for, and time served.’
- ‘Registrants can be asked for the names, addresses, phone numbers and birthdates of their parents.’
- ‘While only the names, addresses, birthplaces, and birthdates of voters are thought to be included in the voting data obtained by ChoicePoint, drivers' license records contain home telephone numbers for six million Mexicans.’
- ‘My birthdate is available in several biographical dictionaries (Who's Who, for example) but beware!’
- ‘Users can browse profiles by relevant attributes such as name, class, birthdates, and more importantly, favorite movies and music.’
- ‘This will include birthdate, birth town, parents' names, including his mother's maiden name, which is hard to get otherwise.’
- ‘The closer the subject's birthdate is to the mid-twentieth century and the more he or she has attracted the attention of cameras and microphones, the better the chances that this particular episode will be absorbing.’
- ‘The caller then said, ‘I need to know your birthdate.’’
- ‘He was 84 or 86, depending on which birthdate you buy, and living in rural Oregon, retired from the movies since the early 1990s.’
- ‘However, even if they are significant, there's at least one quite reasonable way I can think of in which accident rates could be tied to birthdate.’
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