to organize into a business cartel.
to form or be formed into a cartel
Bennett Lester (“Benny”) 1907–2003, U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer. Betty (Lillie Mae Jones) 1930–98, U.S. jazz singer. Don(ald James) 1926–2012, U.S. bowler. (Eleanor) Rosalynn Smith [roh-zuh-lin] /ˈroʊ zə lɪn/ (Show IPA), born 1928, U.S. First Lady 1977–81 (wife of Jimmy Carter). Elliott (Elliott Cook Carter, Jr) 1908–2012, U.S. composer. Hodding [hod-ing] /ˈhɒd ɪŋ/ (Show IPA), […]
John, Earl of Granville, 1690–1763, British statesman and orator. a city in NE New Jersey. Historical Examples Carteret’s opinion was well known, that it was no part of a postmaster-general’s duty to check accounts. The History of the Post Office Herbert Joyce Carteret took one at Masafuero 51⁄2 feet long, and weighing 87 lbs. The […]
of or relating to Descartes, his mathematical methods, or his philosophy, especially with regard to its emphasis on logical analysis and its mechanistic interpretation of physical nature. a follower of Cartesian thought. Historical Examples A Thomist or a Cartesian seemed to him as a captive, or a one-armed combatant. The History of Freedom John Emerich […]
- Cartesian coordinate system
noun See coordinate plane Cartesian coordinate system (kär-tē’zhən) A system in which the location of a point is given by coordinates that represent its distances from perpendicular lines that intersect at a point called the origin. A Cartesian coordinate system in a plane has two perpendicular lines (the x-axis and y-axis); in three-dimensional space, it […]