de novo

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de no·vo

 (dĭ nō′vō, dā)
adv. & adj.
Over again, anew.

[Latin dē novō.]

de novo

(diː ˈnəʊvəʊ)
from the beginning; anew

de no•vo

(də ˈnoʊ voʊ)

anew; from the beginning.
[< Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: novo - from the beginning
Latin - any dialect of the language of ancient Rome
References in classic literature ?
One luckless wight contrived to upset the gravy; and then gravy had to be got up de novo, with due care and formality, Aunt Chloe watching and stirring with dogged precision, answering shortly, to all suggestions of haste, that she "warn't a going to have raw gravy on the table, to help nobody's catchings.
But if I had not taken things for granted, if I had examined everything with care which I should have shown had we approached the case DE NOVO and had no cut-and-dried story to warp my mind, should I not then have found something more definite to go upon.
Food and Drug Administration regarding its 510(k) submission and will now proceed with a de novo submission.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released a revised guidance document addressing the de novo premarket review pathway for medical devices.
Editor Schneider presents this bioorganic synthesis volume focusing on de novo computer-assisted design.
LAS VEGAS -- A prediction model of seven combined risk factors provides a validated, individualized way to determine a patient's risk for developing de novo stress urinary incontinence following pelvic prolapse surgery, in a novel study.
SUNNYVALE, California, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- De Novo Software(TM), a leading provider of flow and image cytometry data analysis solutions, and Molecular Devices, a provider of premier bioresearch and drug discovery systems, announced today a licensing agreement enabling Molecular Devices to distribute De Novo Software's flagship product, FCS Express 4 Software.
One of the existing competitors entered the market de novo in February 2005 and another commercial banking organization recently received approval to open a de novo branch in the market.
De novo may sound like a complex legal term, but it is simply a Latin term meaning "anew.
Robinette wanted a de novo (to start anew) review on the grounds the tax liability was at issue.
SB 548 (Burton) would allow the FTB to bring a trial de novo proceeding in superior court after the Board of Equalization had ruled in the taxpayer's favor.
Therefore, both programs' objectives include a balanced portfolio of projects developing both de novo and re-sequencing technologies.