a person who has a .
an advocate of .
So, like any monopolist, the agency ballooned into a bureaucratic monstrosity that spends much of its wealth on itself.
Inside the Port Authority, the Corrupt Powerhouse Behind Christie’s Bridgegate Scandal Jim Epstein January 20, 2014
Let us consider next what wages the monopolist in the cases described above will have to pay.
The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice Stephen Leacock
The Monopolitane or monopolist; with these the country was overrun in James’ reign.
Notes and Queries, No. 181, April 16, 1853 Various
She has no right to be, but—well, you know, she is what you call a monopolist.
The Yellow Crayon E. Phillips Oppenheim
Nor is a land-owner a monopolist any more than is the owner of a valuable machine.
The Principles of Economics Frank A. Fetter
Thus a monopolist of corn or rice in a famine can get an exorbitant price for a considerable supply.
The Evolution of Modern Capitalism John Atkinson Hobson
I am at present engaged in the reform business that I may become a monopolist.
The Story of a Country Town Edgar Watson Howe
There is, indeed, a certain resemblance between the control exercised by the owner of land and that possessed by the monopolist.
Distributive Justice John A. (John Augustine) Ryan
He cooled down Charles Gatty, Esq., monopolist of nature and truth.
Christie Johnstone Charles Reade
The war is between the people and the monopolist wherever he is, whether he is in the country or in the town.
A Spoil of Office Hamlin Garland
the existence or prevalence of . Historical Examples Inequality of right was therefore the characteristic of this period; Marlo calls it monopolism. Contemporary Socialism John Rae
- Antimonic acid
. Historical Examples antimonic acid, when first heated, becomes white, and is converted into antimonious acid. A System of Instruction in the Practical Use of the Blowpipe Anonymous antimonic acid and its hydrate changes moistened blue litmus paper to red. A System of Instruction in the Practical Use of the Blowpipe Anonymous It is very […]
of or containing , especially in the pentavalent state. Historical Examples antimonic acid, when first heated, becomes white, and is converted into antimonious acid. A System of Instruction in the Practical Use of the Blowpipe Anonymous antimonic acid and its hydrate changes moistened blue litmus paper to red. A System of Instruction in the Practical […]
a brittle, lustrous, white metallic element occurring in nature free or combined, used chiefly in alloys and in compounds in medicine. Symbol: Sb; atomic number: 51; atomic weight: 121.75. Historical Examples antimony may also be calcined by mixing with that mineral an equal quantity of charcoal-dust. Elements of the Theory and Practice of Chymistry, 5th […]