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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.
References in classic literature ?
The true Black Forest novel, if it is ever written, will be skeletoned somewhat in this way:
It is not, perhaps, necessary to enumerate so many reasons why the author of the Scottish Novels, as they were then exclusively termed, should be desirous to make an experiment on a subject purely English.
I should like to write a novel certainly, a novel that would be as lovely as a Persian carpet and as unreal.
In his other novels, in 'Pendennis,' in 'Philip,' in 'Vanity Fair' even, at times, he is too conscious of the public, and spoils his work by appealing directly to the sympathies of the public, or by directly mocking at them.
How will they feel on seeing the illustrations to the sea novels of our day, or of our yesterday?
He had read some novels from the adjoining circulating library, and had even bought the story of Inkle and Yarico, which had made him feel very sorry for poor Mr.
Now, modern French novels are not to my taste, either practically or theoretically.
Russell in regard to one of his newly published novels, and received in answer the following letter: July 21, 1886.
The duchess, in her arm-chair, from which she did not move, with a great flower-pot on one side of her, a pile of pink-covered novels on the other, and a large piece of tapestry depending from her lap, presented an expansive and imposing front; but her aspect was in the highest degree gracious, and there was nothing in her manner to check the effusion of his confidence.
About the only medical statement in novels with any truth to it is that joy don't kill, Miss Kinzey.
in all the crack novels and elsewhere, -- in those of Mrs.
This was a very intelligent girl who came from Boston and showed much acquaintance with Spielhagen's novels.