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- n. A member of a duopoly.
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They only care about lobbying deregulation and duopolist practices so illegal wiretapping was fine by them.
It also subtly establishes the priority of a promoting a Green political agenda over voting for a "winnable" duopolist candidate, who will not seek to implement the plans.
Net net: We got a beautiful ring (created for a princess, Eugenie, a niece of King Leopold of Belgium) from a very elegant (recently investigated and indicted, colluding duopolist) joint.
Do you want to portray yourself as (a) an unabashedly greedy monopolist/duopolist or (b) a clueless monopolist/duopolist whose lame network can't meet demand?
While the treatment of candidates at duopolist facilities at General Electric studios and within the Public Broadcasting Corporation have long been the subject of human rights complaints and court scrutiny, the documents shed new light on how one American candidate has handled the stress of unrelenting dishonesty and the diversity of beliefs required when facing different audiences.
The fact that they don’t indicates that there is something more complicated at work here than mere “theft” — it’s more akin to symbiosis, which is something that the typical content duopolist is unaccustomed to.