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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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A complimentary copy of this novella was provided for review purposes.
In the novella, Sontag contacts "our narrator" (Cortazar), urges him to finish the comic then call her back, and mentions that she expects to talk soon with Fantomas.
This is the first comprehensive study of gynocentrism in Zayas' novellas in terms of Gyn/affection (from Janice Raymond's A Passion for Friends: Toward a Philosophy of Female Affection; London, 1986), the notion that women's friendships are dynamic, empowering, and transformative, in contrast with patriarchal "hetero-relations.
Now known as Novella Clinical, a Quintiles company, Novella will operate as a unit within Quintiles, retaining its existing leadership team as well as its specialized customer focus.
26) This assumption is usually strengthened by Filomena's already mentioned reference to Pampinea's tenth novella in Day One and by some striking analogies between Ser Cepparello, the deceiver-villain who is taken for a saint, and Frate Cipolla who knows how to equivocate (223).
However, Wang demonstrates the direct influence that the novella had on later works by showing evidence of a literati audience and the way fragments of novellas were incorporated into the classic Plum in the Golden Vase (fin Ping Mei).
This can be seen most notably in the explanatory ending in both Bloch's novel and King's novella ("Epilogue"), in addition to pseudosupemaiwa comparisons such as the citing of Norman Bates' mother by Lila Crane: "Maybe he saw her ghost sitting in the window" (120) and that of John Shooter by Tom Greenleaf: "Tom looked in his rear-view mirror and saw another man with Mort, and an old station wagon, although neither the man nor the car had been there ten seconds before.
The new section of the site will reportedly feature novellas and lifestyle columns, such as Discover Your Romance Signs (Descrubra sus Signos Romanticos) and Ask Dr.
The warehouse is in SoHo within walking distance to Lafco's office and the Santa Maria Novella store, both of which are at 285 Lafayette Street," says Owles.
The author of two acclaimed short story collections, Pastoralia and CivilWarLand in Bad Decline, Saunders has also written a novella, The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil, and a children's book, The Very Persistent Gappers of Frip.
Thus the novella makes a perfect bridge between studying French grammar and "learning to read" and reading a full-length, authentic French text written for native speakers (albeit those who are still developing their reading skills).
Late In The Standoff comprises a novella and five short stories feature people caught up in conflicts where solutions and resolutions arise from unexpected quarters.