Examples of authorship in a Sentence
His first attempt at authorship failed.
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David Rankin Barbee, a Washington, D.C., gadfly who regularly sought to explicate and defend the white South to outsiders, had offered his theory about the authorship of Behind the Scenes to up-and-coming Washington journalist Bess Furman.
In 1995, an unexpurgated version of the diary was published, prompting another round of debate about its authorship.
And this is McAlprine’s twist — Watson’s, not Conan Doyle’s, authorship.
As if the artists took issue with their individual authorship, all the works are mixed together rather than installed in separate and discrete sections.
To prove to skeptics that miracles occur, CNN’s ne plus ultra of fake-news authorship, Wolf Blitzer, uttered words of respectful admiration for the president.
Indeed, the group occupied a strange position: Their collaborative working method opposed the idea of art stardom and individual authorship, yet they were embraced by the art market.
Evidence of human authorship, including borrowings from other ancient texts and historical anachronisms, has led some of the Bible’s readers to discredit even its central assumptions.
If doubts about a work’s authenticity persisted, researchers then turned to Spanish conservation experts for technical data that could shed light on authorship.
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