de novo

[ de noh-woh; English dee noh-voh, dey ]SEE DEFINITION OF de novo
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It would not be more wonderful, de novo, than the discovery of the lightning-rod, or navigation by steam!

Antecedently possessing the μορφὴ of God, He now de novo 'took' the μορφὴ of a bondservant.

First, I will give you a translation, de novo, of this untranslateable prayer.

I have adventured to publish it de novo in this book, first because it was but hudled up among purposes of another nature.

The court treated it as an original proceeding, even as to questions of fact; and proceeded to consider it de novo.

De Novo Organo silemus, he says, neque de eo quicquam prlibamus.

De novo ho inteso, como de la morte del Duca di Candia fo causa el Cardinale suo fratello.

His flask experiments, therefore, prove nothing; and all this talk about de novo production is the sheerest scientific delusion.

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