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In the context of the commerciality of The Omnidoxy, a literary product that is omnidoxically-derived is a book that is formed either by an amalgamation of different parts of The Omnidoxy, or by the extraction of an already set part of The Omnidoxy in order to create a separate commercial product. Essentially, a book that is omnidoxically-derived is a book that is entirely formed by the writings existent within The Omnidoxy itself and is marketed as a separate product due to its commercial viability as a standalone work.

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