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  • n  someone who uses another person's words or ideas as if they were his own

  • I had at least a dozen people write to me and say, "You plagiarist! Ralph Waldo Emerson said, 'consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.
  • We can root out every error, every plagiarist, every bias but it won't do any good if we replace them with a gutless inoffensiveness.
  • The plagiarist snatches the writer's brainchildren, pieces of his soul.
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  • Goodwin’s gay Gettysburg
    If Doris Kearns Goodwin is to be believed, the world should little note nor long remember anything about the battle of Gettysburg — and instead focus all its attention on the life of Doris Kearns Goodwin. The celebrity historian and serial plagiarist delivered the keynote address at this week’s opening...
    July 3, 2013 - New York Post

  • Jimmy Carter in FOXNews
    I didn't expect the ad hominem attacks. Nobody attacked the book. They attacked me as being senile or a liar or a plagiarist,Carter said. "That was a surprise. But I've been through that before. I didn't feel that I was susceptible. I know...
  • Julie Bishop in
    I am not a plagiarist. Nothing was done intentionally to take the words of another and not attribute them to that person,Ms Bishop told Sky News on Monday.
  • Bill Clinton in Huffington Post (blog)
    Defending his wife against charges that she had yet again fabricated her exploits while First Lady, former President Bill Clinton told CNN's John King that "Democratic voters have a clear choice this election: do they want a liar or a plagiarist?"

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