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The Plagium Timeline tracks the usage of text over time. This can be a useful tool for a quick glance at how often a text block in question is reused and propagated to different web publications. Each detected occurrence of the text under investigation is indicated by a “bubble” along the timeline. The larger the bubble, the more the retrieved web page matches the text. Note: some dates may be inaccurate because our system only detects the date of the web page containing the text, not necessarily the date the text was created.

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