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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of plagiarize.
  • adj. produced using plagiarism

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  • adj. copied and passed off as your own


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  • Or like Dave he puts up something he plagiarized from a rightwing website.

    Think Progress » Obama explains climate science to global warming deniers.

  • Shobha used to patiently listen to my ghastly soap-operatic tales of kings, beautiful princesses, etc., all set in plagiarized fantasy worlds.


  • As such their knowledge is plagiarized from the last 12-months of shooting mags they've looked over.

    A Good Gun Salesman is Hard To Find

  • In the past 24 hours, we learned of allegations that Ben DomenechTimothy Goeglein plagiarized material that appeared under his byline in various publications prior to washingtonpost. com the White House contracting with him to write a blog that launched Tuesday some stuff.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • So you would have no problem with one of your students turning in plagiarized or fabricated work, so long as he was sticking it to The Man?


  • Today missionaries will often call Christianity completed Islam and say that elements of Islam were plagiarized from the church.

    Carry-Over Thread

  • Ahhhh, this just in: Putin plagiarized his PhD thesis.

    Plagiarism Bad

  • Yeah, being plagiarized is the worst feeling ever.

    Plagarised Reviews - She's At It Again!

  • A relatively significant* fanfic writer named Cassandra Claire one who has now landed a professional contract, although with a slight change in spelling to her name plagiarized major chunks of her works from Pamela Dean's The Secret Country trilogy, as well as from the works of Zelazny, Stoker, Tanith Lee, Blackadder, B5, Buffy, The Tick, and possibly every other work this side of Shakespeare.

    Learning is fun!

  • During the 1987 race for the Democratic nomination Michael Dukakis's campaign manager, John Sasso, and his political director, Paul Tully, slipped to several media outlets a videotape that showed an opponent, Senator Joseph Biden, delivering a speech partially plagiarized from the British Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock.

    Playing Dirty


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