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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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Take any previously published column or article, like this excerpt from a recent piece by The New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, and run it through The Plagiarizer.
Maybe it is, but psychologists admit they don't have any better insight into what motivates plagiarizers than anyone else.
well, if a plagiarizer volunteered that information, it would usually defeat the purpose.
com, Bob Grant cited excerpts from an issue of Science magazine describing responses from anonymous plagiarizers, the scientists they plagiarized and even the editors of scientific journals in which the manuscripts were published.
Our little company vigorously and regularly defends its copyright on this information and stops the plagiarizers from exploiting it.
If the private-equity firm has other investments in the franchising industry and a strong relationship with its companies, there is a great benefit of sharing best practices with their other companies: We are proud plagiarizers and have implemented at least a dozen significant ideas from other companies that are in the portfolio.
Further, the WSJ report does not identify any conclusive determination that any of the alleged plagiarizers intentionally used another person's content with the intent to deceive the reader that such content (or the ideas therein) was original.
Editorial adviser Kate Carter said comparing Kross and Thomas to professional plagiarizers such as Blair and Kelley might not be accurate or fair.
Some are less so: Danny Altamonte, whose father and coach lied about his age so he could play in the Little League World Series, thousands of customers of New York's Municipal Credit Union, Ivy League-bound plagiarizers at New York's Horace Mann School, even Callahan's friend Max, who fudges his tax return.
However, I will also argue that it was insane to go to war on an unsubstantiated might argued without solid evidence by liars, fools, and plagiarizers.
Many plagiarizers claim, when caught, that "everyone is doing it," "it's not a big deal," or "I didn't mean to cheat.