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No, but for the purposes of "research or study", you may copy:

From a book:

  • 10% of the total number of pages or the whole or part of one chapter, whichever is the greater amount;
  • 10% of the number of words in a work which is in electronic format;

From a journal:

  • one article from a single journal issue;
  • two or more articles from a single journal issue, if they relate to the same area of research or course of study.

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