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  • noun Plural form of duopolist.

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Examples

  • But the demonstrated ability of disgruntled voters to create whole new ways of doing things has made our political duopolists less secure and complacent.

    Death of the Duopoly

  • Three powerful Mexican billionaires, lambasting one another as "monopolists" and "duopolists," filed complaints against each other, ratcheting up a battle over the country's $35 billion telecommunication and broadcast markets.

    Business Watch

  • MEXICO CITY–Three powerful billionaires, lambasting one another as "monopolists" and "duopolists," filed complaints against each other Wednesday, ratcheting up a battle over Mexico's $35 billion telecommunication and broadcast markets.

    Mexican Phone, TV Firms Raise Ante

  • But the demonstrated ability of disgruntled voters to create whole new ways of doing things has made our political duopolists less secure and complacent.

    Death of the Duopoly

  • The shared mistake of the increasingly unpopular duopolists was to carry on assuming that power would continue to alternate between the two of them.

    Election 2010: This volcanic eruption has been waiting to blow for many years

  • Which only begs the question - if it's a duopoly and KKR's purchase spins off to a third, what do you think the two duopolists are going to do?

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Which only begs the question - if it's a duopoly and KKR's purchase spins off to a third, what do you think the two duopolists are going to do?

    From Our International News Desk

  • Even though Cassandras have been warning us of the dangers of software driven voting systems for decades, The Election Center and then NASED (National Association of State Election Directors) became wedded to vendors, switching jobs from election insider-as-official to insider-as-vendor as easily as the duopolists switch parties.

    Sheri Myers Strikes Again: Turdblossom Part 1

  • Internet service is a competitive business, though cable and telecommunication companies do themselves no favors by occasionally acting like duopolists, and they should disclose their network practices.

    Free Means Free

  • Internet service is a competitive business, though cable and telecommunication companies do themselves no favors by occasionally acting like duopolists, and they should disclose their network practices.

    Free the Web -- From the FCC!

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