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5 May, 1737, six years before the publication of Lu's edition), stating that the musical notation of The Songs of the Whitestone Daoist had been left uncopied since he could not himself read music.
Few successful products go uncopied and even patent protection is only as powerful as a company's financial and logistical ability to enforce it.
In the spring of 1976, none of us Hemingway students believed that Hemingway scholars would ever tire of pouring through the treasures--handwritten notes, unidentified pages, difficult letters--all uncatalogued or uncopied.
As the pool of uncopied ideas diminishes, the cost of imitation tends to increase, and the followers' growth rates tend accordingly to decline" (33-34).
Its consistent watermarks (the Angoumois fleur-de-lis with the Jesuit countermark "IHS" above the maker's initials "RC") [31] and rastral measurements indicate that it began life as a bound, uncopied volume, a point further underscored by its regular four-folio quiring (determinable both by matching watermark halves and some visible stitching).
Users need to know that proprietary and confidential information can be sent over the Internet unseen, unchanged, uncopied, and intact.
25) Everyone is thus free to take and use the ideas from a copyrighted work with impunity, so long as the author's expression remains uncopied.