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  • adv. In an exploitative manner.


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exploitative +‎ -ly


  • If one argues the exploitatively-produced good should be banned because admitting it encourages exploitation, one need not worry about past goods, because their present salability does not affect the incentives of present-day would-be exploiters.

    Bastiat in Fairfax?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • But if one argues that the exploitatively-produced good is inherently inferior, then it does not matter where or when it was produced.

    Bastiat in Fairfax?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Nothing was remotely as exploitatively bad as Edwards 'political theater, at least seen in hindsight after the scandal broke.

    My 2008 "McLaughlin Awards" [Part 2]

  • I'm sorry, but shitty aging makeup, croaky vocal fakery and - spoilers ahead - an exploitatively rendered, off-screen death do not a good performance make.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Because organisms compete exploitatively by consuming resources, and the same type of resource may be consumed by distantly related organisms, exploitative competition between taxonomically diverse organisms is common.

    Exploitative competition

  • Because organisms can consume resources at different times of the year or different times of the day, it is possible for two species that are not present in the same time and place to compete exploitatively.

    Exploitative competition

  • Thus, these two species can compete exploitatively even though they never come into direct contact with each other.

    Exploitative competition

  • There was Elizabeth Wurtzel's exploitatively self-aggrandizing eulogy.

    The David Foster Wallace Deleulogy: Bill Bradley

  • There could be a sensationalistic documentary detailing the life of a "mule"; exploitatively weepy scenes with the poor, underbuzzed Canadian disabled, oppressed by their own government; scenes of the sort of product available in Canada vs. the U.

    Sex, Canada Customs and home care support workers

  • And whenever he acquired any money, he bought land from the proprietors of latifundia, on the premise that these individuals were behaving exploitatively by grazing vast areas once under the plough for wheat.

    Antony and Cleopatra


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