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v. pla·gia·rized, pla·gia·riz·ing, pla·gia·riz·es
1. To reproduce or otherwise use (the words, ideas, or other work of another) as one's own or without attribution.
2. To plagiarize the words, ideas, or work of (another person).
To present another's words or ideas as one's own or without attribution.

pla′gia·riz′er n.
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Adj.1.plagiarized - 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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The committee had submitted its report on January 1, 2018, stating, " The committee is of the view that Dr Neeraj Hatekar has plagiarized in his PhD thesis from the MPhil dissertation of Ms Rajini Mathur" and went on to mention 25 instances of plagiarism.
Former executive editor of the New York Times, Jill Abramson, denied allegations that parts of her newly published book, "Merchants of Truth: Inside the News Revolution" 6 which was based on the evolution of journalism 6 was plagiarized, even as fresh accusations pour in.
Plagiarism detection is mainly divided into two main groups: Intrinsic Plagiarism Detection (Oberreuter, 2011; Seaward, 2015) reviewing that the complete text is written by the same author; and Extrinsic Plagiarism Detection (Alzahrani, 2010; Asghari, 2015) finding the original sources of plagiarized fragments (Hanif, 2015).
He had been hounded by questions of ethics and accused of having plagiarized parts of his speeches as a senator, accusations he either fiercely denied or nonchalantly brushed aside.
The Senate president went on: 'Because if you think that's plagiarism, then you must think that 'Bayang Magiliw' is plagiarized because it was originally in Spanish.
Arshad's research as plagiarized, now he is pressurizing the HEC, by using his post for giving clean chit to his degree, for this purpose he had a meeting with Minister for Communications Junaid Anwar.
Last year, a plagiarized version of the novel conquered book markets, it was incomplete, and of poor quality, Hamdi explained on her official Facebook page.
Our school has very clear-cut guidelines on what should be done if a student is caught plagiarizing by a faculty member, but I've also found that most of my students who have plagiarized have done so inadvertently because they simply did not know the correct way to cite a source or--in some instances--were taught that it was a form of flattery to include other folks' work straight on.
The teacher librarian and the teacher had previously spoken to some of the students after they turned in plagiarized work.
Every submitted paper is passed through Turnitin (, online software, to check the plagiarized materials, if any, contained therein.
LMRA alerted all clients and expatriates not to submit any data through this plagiarized link.
By then, the case had passed through two committees, both of which unanimously decided he had plagiarized the work of two of his students, used another professor's ideas in a presentation at a 2001 conference in Iran and plagiarized material for a book.