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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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It contains brilliant insights into two literary novels and the manner in which they comment on the menacing power of the mafia.
Winegardner's true genius is that The Godfather's Revenge is a literary novel masquerading as a thriller.
A black woman daring to bring to the big screen a literary novel by a black woman is still rare enough to count as history.
Speaking about his success, Anthony said: "I wanted to write a literary novel with a Black Country setting, to reflect the unique local identity.
The Hollywood novel comes in several forms, with its earliest incarnation coming in the form of the literary novel, in which authors like Nathanael West (1939's ``The Day of the Locust'') and F.
A starkly literary novel, gripping, ferocious and real.
This is a literary novel in style, and is finely written.
Focusing on the meaning of fiction, it has about 250,000 copies in print in America alone - a remarkable total for a literary novel published during difficult economic times.
It's too early in the process to discuss, but it will be a literary novel.
The Man with the Overcoat is a literary novel that disguises itself as a mystery.
The literary novel takes place in the fictional Realm, the only magical kingdom in existence, which has also been ravaged by endless warfare.
It has become a cliche to assert that the literary novel has experienced a battle for survival in the contemporary climate of the digital age and technological innovation.