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  • noun Plural form of plagiarist.

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  • All the makers of dictionaries, all compilers who do nothing else than repeat backwards and forwards the opinions, the errors, the impostures, and the truths already printed, we may term plagiarists, but honest plagiarists, who arrogate not the merit of invention.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Guest-hosting on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Norah O'Donnell suggested to the assembled throng of rag-tag plagiarists and John Demjanjuk enthusiasts that former Speaker Newt Gingrich's jab at the president was coded racism.

    Reason Magazine

  • Guest-hosting on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Norah O'Donnell suggested to the assembled throng of rag-tag plagiarists and John Demjanjuk enthusiasts that former Speaker Newt Gingrich's jab at the president was coded racism.

    Run

  • Especially if one can simply push forward and pay perhaps later: this is why the big guns, the one's who will be called "appropriators" instead of 'plagiarists', have seemingly abandoned copyright law altogether.

    Cat Weaver: The Panda Appropriations: When Your Property Is My Medium

  • Especially if one can simply push forward and pay perhaps later: this is why the big guns, the one's who will be called "appropriators" instead of 'plagiarists', have seemingly abandoned copyright law altogether.

    Cat Weaver: The Panda Appropriations: When Your Property Is My Medium

  • Then, he announced that Google and other search engines were "plagiarists" who "rip off" Newscorp's content, and that once the paywalls are up (a date that keeps slipping farther into the future, almost as though the best IT people work for someone who's not Rupert "I Hate the Net" Murdoch!) he'll be blocking Google and the other "parasites" from his sites, making all of Newscorp's properties invisible to search engines.

    Hypothetical peek into the feverish mind of Rupert Murdoch - Boing Boing

  • The new cadre of "plagiarists," according to the declaration of the seven fired professors, receives double salaries of 1,000 Euros each $1,300 per month -- a fabulous sum in Kosovo.

    Stephen Schwartz: Kosovo Islam In Crisis

  • The new cadre of "plagiarists," according to the declaration of the seven fired professors, receives double salaries of 1,000 Euros each $1,300 per month -- a fabulous sum in Kosovo.

    Stephen Schwartz: Kosovo Islam In Crisis

  • So, the plagiarists simply change the letter that looks identically in Cyrillic and Latin like “с” in the whole text.

    Global Voices in English » Kazakhstan: Educational deadlock

  • The new cadre of "plagiarists," according to the declaration of the seven fired professors, receives double salaries of 1,000 Euros each $1,300 per month -- a fabulous sum in Kosovo.

    Stephen Schwartz: Kosovo Islam In Crisis

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