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  • noun The property of being ownable.


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  • It might be just enough distinction to keep the meaningness of the bigger plot which is, indeed a game of thrones and give the show a little ownability.

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  • Reponse to Levine & Boldrin > > The Founders explicitly recognized the advantages of using intellectual property rights national Kinsella v. Schulman on "Identifiably" cannot imply "ownability".

    Against Monopoly 2010


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