neotic

neotic

adjective Referring to neosis, see there.
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The discovery of neotic heterogeneity means the vindication of what one could call common sense.
Gold medals were awarded to Atesn-triviti for an automatic harvest separator, NeoTic for an innovative follow-up means for winemaking and Oxoline-Gregoire for an expandable modular tubular structure for storing and working on barrels.
The trickster is a language game, a wild cross causal neotic liberation, not a measure or representation of invented cultural values.