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spoo

Variant of spooge, sense 1.
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Spoo assesses, often through the lens of the ubiquitous Ezra Pound, the pros and cons of these protectionist restrictions, which, even as ameliorated in 1909, made it sufficiently difficult for European authors to obtain an American copyright that much of their work was forced into the public domain in the United States.
Without Copyrights: Piracy, Publishing, and the Public Domain, by Robert Spoo, Oxford University Press, 355 pages, $35
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Joining Gilmore as finalists are Jerry Moore of Appalachian State, Danny Rocco of Liberty, Bob Spoo of Eastern Illinois and John Stiegelmeier of South Dakota State.
The significance of creativity for history in Ulysses is not a new idea (Fairhall 252; Spoo, James Joyce 7), nor is the notion that love releases Leopold Bloom from "paralysis" (e.
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