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On 23/11/2012 at 22:27, Larry Gusaas <> wrote:

Since you do not give credit to your sources you are guilty of plagiarism.

I believe that you really can't plagiarize language. These are just words. 
They are common good (or "public domain", if you prefer more strict term).

But yes, not giving credit for sources seems not fair.
On the other hand, Tim ("webmaster") said that his sources are easily findable, 
so maybe he does, after all, give credits?
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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