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It is even frowned upon in Woolworths and it might be misinterpreted in Barclay’s Bank.
Quebec still frowned upon her rock, invulnerable as in the days of old lion-hearted Frontenac.
Tiered pricing is a genteel name for price discrimination, which is frowned upon ordinarily.
But the British laborer's policy of Ca 'Canny, which is the very honorable one of giving least for most, and which is likewise the policy of the English capitalist, is nevertheless frowned upon by the English capitalist whose business existence is threatened by the great American Scab.
In the quieter years of his later life his activities were less stirring: as Justice of the Peace he applied himself to the suppression of witchcraft, sor - cery and other doings frowned upon by the local gentry.