Associations to the word «Discovery»
DISCOVERY, noun. Something discovered.
DISCOVERY, noun. (uncountable) The discovering of new things.
DISCOVERY, noun. (legal) (uncountable) A pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered.
DISCOVERY, noun. (legal) (uncountable) Materials revealed to the opposing party during the pre-trial phase in which evidence is gathered.
DISCOVERY DAY, proper noun. Columbus Day
DISCOVERY INFORMATICS, noun. The computing tools and methods used in the drug discovery process, such as software that deals with chemical and biological structures.
DISCOVERY REQUEST, noun. (legal) A legal document filed in connection with litigation, and describing documents, materials, or information which the opposing party is requested to produce.
DISCOVERY REQUESTS, noun. Plural of discovery request
DISCOVERY, noun. The act of discovering something.
DISCOVERY, noun. Something that is discovered.
DISCOVERY, noun. A productive insight.
DISCOVERY, noun. (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.
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