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That's vital so that copyright law doesn't block your freedom to express your own works -- only the ability to appropriate other people's. Intent, and damage to the commercial value of the work are important considerations. Are you reproducing an article from the New York Times because you needed to in order to criticise the quality of the New York Times, or because you couldn't find time to write your own story, or didn't want your readers to have to register at the New York Times web site? The first is probably fair use, the others probably aren't. Fair use is generally a short excerpt and almost always attributed. GenBank Overview. ChemBank - Initiative for Chemical Genetics. The Cybrary. Pew Global Attitudes Project - A series of worldwide public opinion surveys.
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The Word Spy - heteroflexible. (het.ur.oh.FLEKS.uh.bul) n.
A heterosexual person who is open to relationships with people of the same sex. —adj. Also: hetero-flexible, heteroflex. —heteroflexibility n. First, there was the term "homosexual," then "gay" and "lesbian," then the once taboo "dyke" and "queer. " Now, all bets are off. With the universe of gender and sexual identities expanding, a gay youth culture emerging, acceptance of gays rising and label loyalty falling, the gay lexicon has exploded with scores of new words and blended phrases that delineate every conceivable stop on the identity spectrum — at least for this week.
Someone who is "genderqueer," for example, views the gender options as more than just male and female or doesn't fit into the binary male-female system. "The language thing is tricky," said Thom Lynch, the director of the San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center. As for sexuality, don't get me started. Library. Online Library - The Online Library. Wikipedia. Leonardo. S 'The Reference Desk' - International Art, Business, Science & Technology.