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use "plagiarism" in a sentence

It is my debt to Washington Irving that exercises my conscience, and justly so, for I believe plagiarism was rarely carried farther.

They refer to Price, who argued that plagiarism cannot be defined as a single concept, but is dependent upon the cultural practice
(biologically inactive though psychologically active).

Tapentadol 50mg, 75mg and oxycodone IR 10mg was compared to placebo.

Vitamin B6 has been shown in at least two small-scale clinical studies Ellis J et al: Clinical results of a cross-over treatment with pyridoxine and placebo of the carpal tunnel syndrome.

Studies currently recruiting subjects include tapentadol, morphine and placebo in chronic tumor related pain, and tapentadol, oxycodone and placebo in post-op shoulder surgery and vertebral compression fracture.

Digitized version Shang, Aijing; Huwiler-Müntener, karin; Nartey, Linda; Jüni, Peter; Dörig, Stephan; Sterne, Jonathan A.C.; Pewsner, Daniel Egger, Matthias (2005): Are the clinical effects of homoeopathy placebo effects? Prospective randomized double blind placebo-controlled evaluation of azithromycin for treatment of cat-scratch disease.

In all cases, high-dose buprenorphine has been found to be far superior to placebo and an effective treatment for opioid addiction, with retention rates of 50% as a minimum.

Lilly's knowledge of Prozac and Suicide In "Let them Eat Prozac” Healy presents evidence that Eli Lilly already knew in 1986 that patients on Prozac attempted more suicides than patients on other anti-depressants and placebo.

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