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de novo
used in The Tipping Point

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anew; beginning again
Sometimes used as part of a phrase such as:
  • in law — trial de novo — a new trial
  • in finance — growth de novo — growth of newly founded companies
  • in finance — de novo bank — a state bank that has been in operation for five years or less
  • in genetics — de novo mutation — a genetic mutation that neither parent possessed nor transmitted
  • in biochemistry — de novo synthesis — creation of complex molecules from simple molecules
  • If this is true, it follows that the individual who in particular situations, usually of distress, wishes to convey information about his difficulties to others, does not have to invent a communicational medium de novo....
    Chapter 7 (26% in)

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