discovery

  1. a productive insight
  2. (law) compulsory pretrial disclosure of documents relevant to a case; enables one side in a litigation to elicit information from the other side concerning the facts in the case

discovery

an exploration well which has encountered hydrocarbons;

Discovery

[song] `Discovery` is Japanese voice actor Mamoru Miyano`s second single, released on June 4, 2008. It had peaked at #24 on the Oricon charts. The title track was used as the ending for the PlayStation 2 game Fushigi Yugi Suzaku Ibun. ==Track listing== ...
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Discovery

[apple] Discovery is a dessert apple cultivar. Worcester Pearmain, with possible Beauty of Bath cross. With Worcester Pearmain as one of its parents, the fruits are typically similar in appearance to it, being small-medium in size, with small patches of yellow and largely flushed with crimson, sometimes completely covering the fruit, but te...
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Discovery

[synth] Discovery is a software synthesizer VSTi and Audio Units plugin designed and distributed by discoDSP originally released on February 10, 2003. On September 4, 2008, discoDSP released a version for Linux marking the first commercial VSTi plugin available on Linux platform. Discovery is also available for Windows and Mac OS X. By desi...
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Discovery

acronym: Research vessel (U.K.)
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discovery

[n] - (law) compulsory pretrial disclosure of documents relevant to a case 2. [n] - something that is discovered 3. [n] - a productive insight 4. [n] - the act of discovering something
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Discovery

The ship in which Captain Scott sailed to the Antarctic and back in 1900-04, commanding the National Antarctic Expedition. Officially known as the Royal Research Ship (RRS) Discovery, it became a...
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Discovery

Is the phase of a lawsuit where respective parties are permitted to ask each other formal written and oral questions, obtain copies of documents and find out the facts related to the lawsuit.
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Discovery

Dis·cov'er·y noun ; plural Discoveries 1. The action of discovering; exposure to view; laying open; showing; as, the discovery of a plot. 2. A making known; revelation; disclosure; as, a bankrupt is bound to make a full discovery of his assets. « ...
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discovery

1. The action of discovering; exposure to view; laying open; showing; as, the discovery of a plot. ... 2. A making known; revelation; disclosure; as, a bankrupt is bound to make a full discovery of his assets. 'In the clear discoveries of the next [world]' (South) ... 3. Finding out or ascertaining something previously unknown or unrecognised; as, ...
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discovery

find noun the act of discovering something
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discovery

breakthrough noun a productive insight
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discovery

noun something that is discovered
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Discovery

• (n.) Exploration; examination. • (n.) That which is discovered; a thing found out, or for the first time ascertained or recognized; as, the properties of the magnet were an important discovery. • (n.) Finding out or ascertaining something previously unknown or unrecognized; as, Harvey`s discovery of the circulation of the blood. &b...
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Discovery

(from the article `Human Spaceflight Launches and Returns, 2007`) In July the U.S. space shuttle program resumed flight with launch of the orbiter Discovery. It was the first space shuttle flight since the loss of ... Selected as an astronaut in 1990, Collins became the first woman pilot of a U.S. space shuttle in February 1995, serving...
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Discovery

(from the article `Hudson, Henry`) Sailing from London on April 17, 1610, in the 55-ton vessel `Discovery,` Hudson stopped briefly in Iceland, then proceeded to the `furious overfall.` ...
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discovery

in law, pretrial procedures providing for the exchange of information between the parties involved in the proceedings. Discovery may be made through ... [2 related articles]
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DISCOVERY

The information-exchanging process of a legal proceeding, including serving and answering interrogatories and requests for production of documents, and taking depositions.
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Discovery

[shuttle] Cober of Deep Purple (Sun Ra album) aka Dreams Come true ...
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Discovery

Space Shuttle Orbiter OV-103; it made its maiden flight on August 30, 1984 (STS-41D). Discovery was named after one of two ships captained by British explorer James Cook who sailed the South Pacific in the 1770s and discovered the Hawaiian Islands. Cook`s other ship, Endeavour, also inspired the nam...
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discovery

discovery, in law: see procedure; evidence.
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Discovery

(Lat. discooperire, to discover) 1. The act of becoming aware of something previously existing but unknown. 2. The act of insight (usually more or less sudden) by which a scientific hypothesis or explanatory conception comes into consciousness. -- A.C.B.
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Discovery

Part of the pre-trial litigation process during which each party requests relevant information and documents from the other side in an attempt to "discover" pertinent facts. Generally discovery devices include depositions, interogatories, requests for admissions, document production requests and requests for inspection.
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Discovery

n. The efforts to obtain information before a trial by a party to a lawsuit and his/her/its attorneys by demands for production of documents, depositions of parties and potential witnesses, written interrogatories, written requests for admissions of fact, examination of the scene, and petitions and motions employed to enforce discovery rights. The ...
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