The effect ought logically to have been ruinous for the plagiarist
, but it was really nothing of the kind.
There have been many articles that seek to identify the extent of plagiarism and understand why students become plagiarist
In particular, it called Sotto 'the rapist, plagiarist
, and bigot who called all single mothers as good for thing but accidental whores.
People say I've cheated or I'm a plagiarist
but that's just sour grapes big-time.
4 Plagiarism, also known as 'academic kidnap', can be in the form of plagiarism of ideas; 'word-for-word' or direct-text plagiarism; mosaic plagiarism where the plagiarist
intertwines his/her views with those of the primary source and thus presents an erroneous complex write-up; and self-plagiarism where the plagiarist
steals his/her own work.
The man is an unrepentant reactionary, an obvious phony and -- the gravest charge that could be levelled against a performing artist -- an incorrigible plagiarist
I knew Melania Trump wasn't a plagiarist
even before her husband's campaign finally identified the staffer who "inadvertently" lifted material from Michelle Obama's 2008 speech and inserted it, barely altered, into Melania's speech for the 2016 Republican National Convention.
intends that the reader will presume the author has paraphrased what is actually directly lifted verbiage.
Ostrovsky, as it turns out, is a serial plagiarist
, routinely posting jokes, tweets, and images made by other writers and performers as his own, and failing to attribute them to their sources, or simply cropping out the Twitter avatars of the original posters.
Every time I make this dinner, guests tell me I should write a cookbook That's when I let them know I'm a pure culinary plagiarist
and adopted (stole) my recipe from Hank Shaw's hon-est-food.
One 19th-century plagiarist
, William Ireland, for years ran a profitable business in fake Shakespeare documents that he created in his workshop.
Either way, plagiarist
Virginia Jenks is dead, and it's up to Joe to find out what happened.