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de no·vo

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

[Latin dē novō.]
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de novo

(diː ˈnəʊvəʊ)
from the beginning; anew
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de no•vo

(də ˈnoʊ voʊ)

anew; from the beginning.
[< Latin]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: novo - from the beginning
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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." One tumbled down with the water, and had to go to the spring for more; and another precipitated the butter into the path of events; and there was from time to time giggling news brought into the kitchen that "Mas'r Haley was mighty oneasy, and that he couldn't sit in his cheer no ways, but was a walkin' and stalkin' to the winders and through the porch."
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.
DISRUPT CAD III is a prospective, non-randomized, multicenter global IDE study to demonstrate the safety and effectiveness of the Shockwave IVL System with the Shockwave C2 Coronary IVL Catheter in de novo, calcified, stenotic, coronary arteries prior to stenting.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 12, 2019-: Unequivocal Discrimination of Leucine & Isoleucine: Creative Biolabs Achieved an Unparalleled Breakthrough in De Novo Antibody Sequencing
Piermont Bank is the first independent de novo bank charter approval for New York State in the last decade.
Reportedly, this improvement in outlook is primarily driven by better than expected uptake of de novo use of Envarsus XR (tacrolimus extended-release tablets) following the launch of the new indication in January 2019.
But later a de novo (fresh) inquiry was initiated into the scam which is yet to be completed.
(7) The fragile economy and increased regulatory oversight over all banks stunted banking activity, lessened credit availability, and prevented the formation of de novo banks.
This approval for de novo use provides an important new treatment option for kidney transplant patients and providers, where significant unmet need currently exists.
There are two ways to develop advanced, noncurable cancer--be diagnosed with de novo metastatic stage IV cancer (i.e., the first occurrence of cancer) or develop recurrent metastatic cancer after previously having been treated for early-stage (i.e., stages I-III) disease.
Kim responded that appeals from general district court are heard de novo and that the act of perfecting her appeal nullified the decisions in the general district court, including the final judgment and the motion to strike.