Literary+theft

  • 1literary theft — index plagiarism Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2Literary adaptation — is the adapting of a literary source (e.g., a novel, short story, poem) to another genre or medium, such as a film, a stage play, or even ace video game. It can also involve adapting the same literary work in the same genre or medium, just for… …

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  • 3Document theft — is the crime of stealing documents of historical, literary, or cultural interest from public or private archives, often for the purpose of sale to private collectors. In many cases, document thieves occupy positions of trust, or have established… …

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  • 4New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards — The New South Wales Premier s Literary Awards were established in 1979 by the New South Wales Premier Neville Wran. Commenting on its purpose, Wran said: We want the arts to take, and be seen to take, their proper place in our social priorities.… …

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  • 5Property is theft! — NOTOC Property is theft! (French: La propriété, c est le vol! ) is a slogan coined by French anarchist Pierre Joseph Proudhon in his 1840 book What is Property? Or, an Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government .By property, Proudhon… …

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  • 6Federation Against Software Theft — The Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) [1] was formed in 1984 by the British Computer Society s Copyright Committee, making it the world s first software anti piracy organisation.In September 2008 FAST and Investors in Software signed an… …

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  • 7The Covent-Garden Journal — The 18 January 1752 issue of The Covent Garden Journal The Covent Garden Journal (modernised as The Covent Garden Journal) was an English literary periodical published twice a week for most of 1752. It was edited and almost entirely financed by… …

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  • 8plagiarism — I noun appropriation, appropriation of a literary composition, copying, copyright infringement, duplication, forgery, imitation, imitation of an original, infringement, literary forgery, literary piracy, literary theft, misappropriation,… …

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  • 9Originality — For the Wikipedia policy, see Wikipedia:No original research. This image is in the public domain in Switzerland, where it was taken and also published first. It has been deemed by the Swiss Bundesgericht, the Supreme Court, to be not… …

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  • 10Academic dishonesty — or academic misconduct is any type of cheating that occurs in relation to a formal academic exercise. It can include Plagiarism: The adoption or reproduction of original creations of another author (person, collective, organization, community or… …

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  • 11plagiarism — [n] copying of another’s written work appropriation, borrowing, counterfeiting, cribbing, falsification, fraud, infringement, lifting, literary theft, piracy, stealing, theft; concepts 139,192 Ant. original, originality …

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  • 12Plagiaries — Plagiary Pla gia*ry, n.; pl. {Plagiaries}. [L. plagiarius a kidnaper, a literary thief, fr. plagium kidnaping; cf. plaga a net, perh. akin to E. plait: cf. F. plagiaire.] 1. A manstealer; a kidnaper. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. One who purloins… …

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  • 13Plagiary — Pla gia*ry, n.; pl. {Plagiaries}. [L. plagiarius a kidnaper, a literary thief, fr. plagium kidnaping; cf. plaga a net, perh. akin to E. plait: cf. F. plagiaire.] 1. A manstealer; a kidnaper. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. One who purloins another s… …

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  • 14plagiarist — n. 1. Plagiary, literary thief. 2. Plagiarism, crime of literary theft …

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  • 15plagiarize — verb ( rized; rizing) Etymology: plagiary Date: 1716 transitive verb to steal and pass off (the ideas or words of another) as one s own ; use (another s production) without crediting the source intransitive verb to commit literary theft ; present …

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  • 16Nakaz — The title page of the Nakaz. Nakaz, or Instruction, of Catherine the Great (Russian: Наказ Екатенины II Комиссии о составлении проекта нового Уложения) was a statement of legal principles authored by Catherine II of Russia, and permeated with the …

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