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Use "canonicity" in a sentence
"In his 1932 book Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction , T. S. Blakeney used the term canonicity in reference to the mystery novels and short fiction of Arthur Conan Doyle."
"Margaret Russett locates in these moments when magazine writing thematizes its own materiality an allegory of the minor Romantics 'insight that canonicity is not a quality inherent in the work but a product of the work's transmission."
"Johnson had averred in the eighteenth century, that the test of canonicity is the test of time (440)."