indart

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indart

(ɪnˈdɑːt)
vb (intr)
to dart in
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Naissance d'Une Definition Juridique (XVIIIeme--XIXeme siecles), in Le Plagiat Litteraire 245, 261 (Helene Maurel Indart ed., 2002).
This article is based on the first author's doctoral dissertation, which was supervised by the second author: The authors are indebted to Monica Indart and Lewis Gantwerk for their valuable comments on this study and to the Turkish immigrants who participated in it.
Robert fictionalized his brother's rise in The Governor's Mansion (1994), in which Leon Indart, the honest but canny son of a Basque family very much resembling the Laxalts, is elected governor of Nevada.
Development tools include the EMU3 high end emulator; the DVP3 low cost emulator with advanced breakpoints and trace facility; Softec's "Indart" in-circuit debugging and programming tool; the EPB programming board with socket; the STICK programmer that uses the ICC bus; and Softec's 'GANG' production programming tool.
O bien, el plagio entendido como la "apropiacion de todos o algunos elementos originales de la obra de otro autor y su posterior presentacion como propios" (Maurel Indart 495), o bien, el prestamo de obras en formas de cita, traduccion, parodia, pastiche, collage, adaptacion, alusion.
Medina Montero, 2009; Medina Cano, 2010; Corado Valenzuela, 2011; Quintero Ramirez, Valenzuela Indart & Castaneda Hernandez, 2015).