from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. kidnapping, especially of a child
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Manstealing; kidnaping.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In civil and Scots law, the crime of stealing men, women, or children, formerly punishable with death.
Pardon me, said Pleydell, it is plagium, and plagium is felony.
They were hanged, but for the murder, not for the plagium.
‘Pardon me,’ said Pleydell, ‘it is plagium, and plagium is felony.’
They were hanged, but for the murder, not for the plagium [Footnote: This is, in its circumstances and issue, actually a case tried and reported.] -- Your civil law has carried you a little too far. '
'Pardon me,' said Pleydell, 'it is plagium, and plagium is felony.'
NEED: articles 400-500 words. unique content (I'll check them in CS, plagium). some samples of your articles.
Before the decision, the management of Mark announced that the song is not plagium, because it was written by the same composer.
Articles are 100% unique (passed CP, plagium and articlechecker), written by a native English speaker, and will only ever be sold once.
(cca 1300 svg) 2009-05-17 19: 29 ver2rev5 added filesystems-box, wild wallpapers. categories removed more pseudo plagium
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