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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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The description of Darcy's estate in Pride and Prejudice is the only long descriptive passage in the novel.
Later, seeking the ultimate New York rush, Reena and Maris plan an artistic death spectacle that will outdo all others; in the meantime, the novel winds its readers through sexual altercations, violent tornadoes that destroy Manhattan, and even a cancer charity event that finds our heroine chatting with Slavoj Zizek in the VIP tent while the Strokes play on stage.
Indeed, throughout the novel, the governor brings the personal agendas of everyone around him into alignment with a higher good, whether they--and sometimes even he--know it or not.
Clifton said his relationship with his wife and friendships with women on the train provided him with ideas while he was writing the novel.
In f act, both Leavises were deeply interested in the social context of the novel as well as in the novel itself.
And so we could continue on, listing examples up to or close to our own times; many of the novels of Joyce Cary, Evelyn Waugh, an d Graham Greene are packed with meaning.
5) Most Libyan writers of that period focused on the genre of the short story, and only when urban life became more complex in the late 1980s did the novel appear in Libyan literature.
Elite's technology and its state of the art facility are well suited for the development and manufacturing of the novel opioid drugs currently under development by the Company.
The novel is written in a sort of dialect that takes strongly from Nigerian Pidgin English, reminiscent of Ken Saro-Wiwa's Sozaboy: A Novel in Rotten English ["Soldier Boy"] (Passeggiata Press, 1986).
This path can be restored and continued, or restored for any other function, such as comparison to other paths the reader carves into the novel.
You could spend a long time turning over this pivotal scene in the novel, which has Oedipa, in the company of a sleazy inventor, attempting to turn a piston just by looking at it.