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Adj.1.plagiarised - copied and passed off as your own; "used plagiarized data in his thesis"; "a work dotted with plagiarized phrases"
derived - formed or developed from something else; not original; "the belief that classes and organizations are secondary and derived"- John Dewey
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Right-wing critics quickly spotted the link yesterday and tried to claim Mr Corbyn had plagiarised parts of the speech.
A LAWLA SUIT claiming pop stars Robin icke and Pharrell Williams plagiarised Marvin Gaye's music in their Blurred Lines hit is likely to run for a long time, Birmingham legal experts have warned.
Saradhi, a professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, alleged that his research work was plagiarised by Pental and another student.
Johnson was fired on Friday, July 25 as he was found to have plagiarised on 40 occasions.
The apparently plagiarised project may even be completed before Hadid's original is completed in 2014.
Can I reaffirmthat this inspired line (based on Pink Floyd''s Shine on you Crazy Diamond) was actually plagiarised from our very own Half Man Half Biscuit''s ''A Lilac Harry Quinn'', which dates back as far as 1991 on their McIntyre Treadmore and Davitt album.
so yes, ok, I have slightly plagiarised cheesy '90s Venga Boys hit We Like to Party
He added, laughing: "Are you suggesting I plagiarised it from the film?
Some faked illness to have results upgraded, asked to go to the toilet where they had notes hidden, plagiarised from the web, hid notes in pencil cases, used stand-ins to take their exams and pretended a relative had died.