Copyright

Copyright, the sole right of an author or his heirs to publish a work for a term of years fixed by statute, a book for 42 years, or the author's lifetime and 7 years after, whichever is longer; copyright covers literary, artistic, and musical property. By the Act an author must present one copy of his work, if published, to the British Museum, and one copy, if demanded, to the Bodleian Library, Oxford; the University Library, Cambridge; the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh; and Trinity College Library, Dublin.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Copts * Coquelin, Benoit Constant
Copernicus, Nicolas
Copiapó
Copley, John Singleton
Coppée, François
Copper Captain
Copper Nose
Copperheads
Coppermine
Coppet
Copts
Copyright
Coquelin, Benoit Constant
Coquerel, Athanase
Coquerel, Athanase
Coquimbo
Coraïs
Coram, Thomas
Corato
Corble-steps
Cor`bulo
Corcy`ra

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