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Have you been/are you being disciplined for plagiarism? : 

Have you been/are you being disciplined for plagiarism? Some help is at hand.... www.talenco.info

Was it cut and paste? The one in which you are not suppose to use verbatim repetition of somebody else‘s words without quoting? : 

Was it cut and paste? The one in which you are not suppose to use verbatim repetition of somebody else‘s words without quoting? Good! This is your Lucky Day! www.talenco.info

Are you studying in the UK? : 

Are you studying in the UK? Capital! The information will be very useful to you.... www.talenco.info

First example: cut and paste, cut and paste, cut and paste..... : 

First example: cut and paste, cut and paste, cut and paste..... Source papers can be donwloaded from www.talenco.info for (for example) scanning with turnitin www.talenco.info

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Let us have a look at this paper....

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First Journal copied from...

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And another bit....

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Although not verbatim, the shaded text is a simple repetition of the contents of the 3 works cited as references Let us add the next page ...

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Second Journal copied from...

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Back again ....

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Let's look at the centre columns, shall we?

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Don‘t be so lazy! Go to my website and check these out! However, here you have some more... www.talenco.info

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And once more...!

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Which come from....

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It gets boring, after a while....

Seems quite obvious, isn‘t it? : 

Seems quite obvious, isn‘t it? However, according to the University of Nottingham......

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(snip snip)........into allegations (snip snip)........into findings Therefore, as long as you cite the article in your list of references, you are not a plagiarist because anything published is a general statement or in the public domain.

With figures it also works! : 

With figures it also works! Cut and paste, cut and paste, cut and paste....

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Pay attention to the figures to the right...

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Notice that the authors are from Nottingham AND Oxford....

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Are you ready?.....

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Tadaaaa!!!!! Which comes from....

The position of the editor of the Journal in which the plagiarism took place was that... : 

The position of the editor of the Journal in which the plagiarism took place was that... You are correct that figures 1-4 have a very close resemblance with figure 4/51. However, figure 4/51 is a schematic of the process which is extensively explained in the paper of Hankins with a large series of refences to your previous work including reference 51. In the case of these kind of simple schemes it is easy to redraw them according to an example. In principle it would have been more correct when the authors would have indicated "adapted from [51]". Nevertheless they have supplied so many references to your work that we cannot consider this as infringement of copyright. The editor of the Journal is a professor at a Dutch University... So this is an internationally held view!

Therefore, according to academic practice... : 

Therefore, according to academic practice... you only need to add a reference to the work on your bibliography, and if you are charged with plagiarism you can claim that this is accepted practice in high ranking British (and Dutch) Universities and a major global scientific published....

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More detailed information in www.talenco.info Enjoy!

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