prediscovery


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prediscovery

(ˌpriːdɪˈskʌvərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a previous discovery
adj
of or pertaining to a period preceding a given discovery
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Physicist Paul Dirac's prediscovery of antimatter offers perhaps the best example.
1996) (discussing ways for shareholders to gain information prediscovery using various "tools at hand" like publicly available sources and access to books and records), overruled on other grounds by Brehm v.
According to KMG EP's pressrelease, the company will farmin financial risks at the prediscovery stage, including drilling costs and other project liabilities.
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judgment that at the prefiling, prediscovery stage, although some modest
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The loss of the owner's prediscovery equity of $250,000 was in excess of 100% of the equity amount due to the recourse provisions of his mortgage and demolition expenses.
In many cases, effective prediscovery case preparation includes conducting preliminary focus groups, which often reveal unanticipated case views, questions, or needed pieces of evidence.