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- noun the act of plagiarizing; taking someone's words or ideas as if they were your own
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Guido meanwhile credited Dale rather than his favourite subject of plagiarisation in his GuFfy come lately nonsense at 12:05 this morning.
KwaZulu-Natal off about the alleged plagiarisation of Chippy
'Passionate Centurie of Love,' Watson's, the passage on Time in, 77 plagiarisation of Petrarch in, 101 _n_ 4 102 427 _n_ 2 428
Watson, Thomas, 61 the passage on Time in his 'Passionate Centurie of Love' elaborated in 'Venus and Adonis,' 77 and _n_ 2 his sonnets, 83 427 _n_ 2 428 plagiarisation of Petrarch, 101 _n_ 4 102 foreign origin of his sonnets, 103 _n_ 1 112 his 'Tears of Fancie,' 113 _n_ 1 433
"The unhappy business of the alleged plagiarisation of a Hong Kong judgement for the purposes of the abandonment of the Zuma prosecution only compounds the problem."
Instead he chose the plagiarisation of the John Birch Society and ...
As Mark said, what if the ‘plagiarisation’ of ideas was done by Sony, and not vice-versa, as everyone would expect?).