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D.E NOVO. Anew. afresh. When a judgment upon an issue in part is reversed on error, for some mistake made by the court, in the course of the trial, a venire de novo is awarded in order that the case may again be submitted to the jury.

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When Dees threatened to kill Mr Rzigui's wife and daughter, the victim swore at him and called him "horrible scum".
Mandy Drake, head of fundraising at GNAAS, said: "When Dickinson Dees announced that we would be their charity of the year last year, we were obviously delighted.
The GNAAS was the Newcastle-based law firm's chosen charity for the year and was presented with a cheque for pounds 31,807 at Dickinson Dees' Glittering Ocean Ball in Newcastle last Saturday.
In this rather compact, 300-page volume, Pamela Dees has packed brief biographical information, lists of genres for each composer, short style descriptions and lists of works for piano--including harpsichord, piano and tape and 4-hand works.
"I didn't have to think about it," said Dees, a sergeant in the Army Reserve.
Dexter players help the boy genius get Dee Dee back and put the lab back to normal - all before Mum calls for dinner.
The mastermind of the militia movement, according to Dees, is Ku Klux Klan leader Louis Beam, Professor Moriarty to Dees's Sherlock Holmes.
The six-strong Dickinson Dees' team, headed by partner Russell Jarvis, a leading project finance specialist, delivered legal counsel on all aspects of the funding.
Dickinson Dees, based in Newcastle, which has represented the Go-Ahead group since 1987, advised Govia on all aspects of the bid ( worth up to pounds 585m of public subsidy over eight years ( and will now work with the firm on its arrangements with the Department of Transport.
In the last 10 years staff numbers and turnover have doubled, and with 700 people and a pounds 39.5m turnover, Dickinson Dees is one of the most successful and progressive businesses in the North-East of England.
Large-scale corporate mergers and acquisitions are not normally associated with Teesside, but this trend has been changing in recent months and this is largely thanks to Dickinson Dees' presence in the area.
Dee's Old Bay Seasoned Potato Bites has a suggested retail price of $3.29 to $3.49.