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Thanks to Jane Hart’s blog I came across a fascinating web site which can help people track plagiarism. Ever wondered if your immortal words were being plundered and abused by some else? This handy web site might enable you to track down miscreants and rascals who take your work as their own. It has some wonderful and diabolical ways of representing it’s findings. Check it out. http://www.plagium.com/

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    Hi Mr P

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