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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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(103) Indeed, in 1990, the Presidential Commission on Catastrophic Nuclear Accidents (the Presidential Commission), which was tasked with suggesting potential changes to the PAA, found that the "principal problem" with compensating public liability claims is "the difficulty of proving or defending such claims on the issue of causation in fact." (104) Individualized causation issues in public liability suits are extensively litigated through "prediscovery" orders, (105) through summary-judgment motions, (106) and through Daubert hearings (107) at which competing experts vie for the judge's ear on the causes of radiation-induced cancers.
Huber, Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, reported that a 20th magnitude object discovered by LINEAR on Dec 7.08 was found to be diffuse on Dec 17 (with prediscovery LINEAR data back to Sep 10).