move files in unix by name and date - batch

Hi, i have a number of files that i need to move in bulk.  Is there a way to move files in bulk by name and date?  I am not that good with unix, so was looking for some help.

the file names start with STIM1.... and i need to move anything that has a date greater than 10 days ago.

STIM10.... (then all of them by date > 10 days)
STIM11....(then all of the by date > 10 days)

Hope this makes sense.
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
you can do this with find
if the current folder has the files and you want to move to /foo, do this:

find . -name "STIM1*" -mtime +10 -exec mv {} /foo \;

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