a group of consumers who are obliged through lack of choice to buy a particular product, thus giving the supplier a monopoly
They have a captive market, after all–if you want to do well in a course, it’s hard not to buy the textbook.
No Matter What the Supreme Court Decides, Textbooks Will Continue to Be Expensive Megan McArdle October 29, 2012
of or relating to flesh; fleshy. Historical Examples Car′nal-mind′ed, worldly-minded; Car′neous, carnose′, fleshy: of or like flesh. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
Lazare Nicolas Marguerite [la-zar nee-kaw-lah mar-guh-reet] /laˈzar ni kɔˈlɑ mar gəˈrit/ (Show IPA), 1753–1823, French general and statesman. (Marie François) Sadi [muh-ree fran-swah sad-ee;; French ma-ree frahn-swa sa-dee] /məˈri frænˈswɑ ˈsæd i;; French maˈri frɑ̃ˈswa saˈdi/ (Show IPA), 1837–94, French statesman: president of the Republic 1887–94. Nicolas Léonard Sadi [nik-uh-luh s len-erd sad-ee;; French nee-kaw-lah […]
carnose. Historical Examples For one sufficeth unto generation, as hath been observed in semicastration, and oft times in carnous ruptures. The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 2 of 3) Thomas Browne
merry-go-round (def 1). a continuously revolving belt, track or other device on which items are placed for later retrieval: a baggage carousel at an airport. a circular tray in which photographic transparencies are held on a projector and from which they are lowered through slots for projection as the tray is rotated. Contemporary Examples Walentas […]