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Intellectual property
adjective Referring to that which is new and/or original—i.e., the invention must never have been made in public in any way, anywhere, before the date on which the application for a patent is filed.

Vox populi
noun Fictional prose of book length, the storyline of which has some degree of realism.
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There was no need for any scrutiny of the photo-finish this time, though, as Novellist had delivered a punishing blow to his rivals inside the final two furlongs and flashed five lengths clear of the two three-year-olds, Irish Derby winner Trading Leather and the supplemented Hillstar.
Purely on the official ratings, Cirrus Des Aigles has masses in hand of all of his rivals here and while connections indicated he would improve for his recent run at Saint-Cloud, there is no gettting away from the fact he was well beaten by Novellist that day.
King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes sensation Novellist has been ruled out after running a temperature.
And their hopes were given a major boost yesterday when German-trained Novellist, brilliant winner of the King George at Ascot this summer, was a shock withdrawal after developing a temperature.
German star Novellist showed his class with a devastating victory in the King George VI Stakes at Ascot in July.
German trainer Andreas Wohler is confident Novellist will strip much fitter in Sunday''s Prix de l''Arc de Triomphe than when winning at Baden Baden last time out.
BIG-RACE ace Johnny Murtagh wrote the winning script once more at Ascot with a record-breaking King George triumph on Novellist.
Since finishing fifth behind Novellist, who he reopposes again in the summer showpiece, Barande-Barbe believes Cirrus Des Aigles has thrived.
Although he travelled powerfully for much of the journey under Olivier Peslier, Cirrus Des Aigles, pictured, weakened in the straight and passed the post a well-beaten fifth behind German challenger NOVELLIST.
JULY JOHNNY MURTAGH continues the golden autumn to his career in the saddle as he drives Novellist to a fivelength victory over Irish Derby hero Trading Leather in Ascot's King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes.
Among the 18-strong line-up are the winners of the English (Ruler Of The World), French (Intello) and Japanese (Kizuna) Derbies as well another raider from the Far East - last year's Arc runner-up and favourite this year Orfevre, the impressive King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes hero Novellist, Roger Charlton's Al Kazeem, S who landed both the Prince of Wales and Eclipse in mid-summer, Criquette Maarek-Head's unbeaten Prix de Diane heroine Treve and Ocovango - another of French master Andre Fabre's powerful team.