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plagiarize

verb adopt as one's own, apply to one's own uses, appropriate, avail oneself of, borrow dishonestly, copy from, counterfeit, duplicate, expropriate, fabricate, follow as a model, forge, imitate, infringe, paraphrase, pass off another's ideas as one's own, pass off another's writings as one's own, pirate, reduplicate, steal
See also: copy, fake, pirate, steal
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Second, it is hard to collect actual examples of plagiarized source code pairs included in a large program set with the same functional behavior.
The same study found that only two papers out of the 1,770 had more than 75% plagiarized material (Carroll, 2005).
Some reported that in the past they had plagiarized by mistake, or believed that they had been unjustly accused of plagiarism.
How likely is this plagiarized content to hurt you and confuse your marketplace?
The test asked the student to read a passage and the information about its source, and then decide whether each student sample is plagiarized or used the source properly.
2005] show that authors typically take two paths to protect themselves from being plagiarized.
Finally--and perhaps most troubling--Herberg says plagiarism hurts those students who actually take the time to develop their own work; when a teacher mistakenly considers a plagiarized paper to be original, the bar gets raised to the point where legitimate papers may be docked in comparison.
For the last 35 years, it's been Gould's job to investigate claims made against the studio that a piece of music played in one of their films might have been plagiarized.
In his memoir, he repeatedly tells how he lied to his editors, to colleagues at the paper, sources, even to his girlfriend in order to write dozens of newspaper articles that later were discredited because of plagiarized details--recreations that were suitable for fiction but unacceptable for journalism.
The program is intended to make writers aware of their own writing styles and identifies any text that they may have inadvertently plagiarized.
A professor brings a student's research paper into the campus library because he suspects it contains plagiarized information and he needs help verifying his suspicions.
Reporter Jayson Blair, on the staff of the New York Times for four years, was revealed last May to have woven lies--false quotes and datelines--and plagiarized material into dozens of his stories.