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monopolization

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act or process of monopolizing. Also spelled monopolisation.

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  • noun The act of monopolizing or the state of being monopolized

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun domination (of a market or commodity) to the exclusion of others

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Examples

  • Instead, as foreign governments challenge them with vague "monopolization" claims, the U.S. government appears to be mute.

    Gary Shapiro: A Holiday Wish List That No One Should Fulfill

  • In his text, Simpson addresses some of the most common claims of market failure, examining issues such as monopolization, externalities, environmentalism, and public goods, just to name

    The Rule of Reason

  • Federal and state antitrust laws generally forbid any "monopolization" of commerce.

    LewRockwell.com

  • The real issue is that the de-monopolization of US telecommunications that began with the AT&T divestiture, and that reached its apotheosis in the great Internet bubble, must now be regarded by the current administration as a complete failure.

    Sen. Kerry Wants Wants His iPhone Unlocked

  • A critical mass of research reveals that genetically engineered crops, now covering almost 40% of U.S. cropland (173 million acres of GM crops) and 10% of global farm acreage (321 million acres), pollute the environment, kill essential soil micro-organisms, generate superweeds and pests, decrease biodiversity, aid and abet seed monopolization, encourage massive use of toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizer, spew out massive amounts of climate-destabilizing greenhouse gases, and seriously damage animal and human health.

    Ronnie Cummins: Industrial Agriculture and Human Survival: The Road Beyond 10/10/10

  • I have absolutely no problem with these small entities networking to resist market-annihlation and monopolization by monolithic entites such as Wal-Mart.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Anti-Wal-Mart Astroturf

  • A critical mass of research reveals that genetically engineered crops, now covering almost 40% of U.S. cropland (173 million acres of GM crops) and 10% of global farm acreage (321 million acres), pollute the environment, kill essential soil micro-organisms, generate superweeds and pests, decrease biodiversity, aid and abet seed monopolization, encourage massive use of toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizer, spew out massive amounts of climate-destabilizing greenhouse gases, and seriously damage animal and human health.

    Ronnie Cummins: Industrial Agriculture and Human Survival: The Road Beyond 10/10/10

  • The real issue is that the de-monopolization of US telecommunications that began with the AT&T divestiture, and that reached its apotheosis in the great Internet bubble, must now be regarded by the current administration as a complete failure.

    Sen. Kerry Wants Wants His iPhone Unlocked

  • A critical mass of research reveals that genetically engineered crops, now covering almost 40% of U.S. cropland (173 million acres of GM crops) and 10% of global farm acreage (321 million acres), pollute the environment, kill essential soil micro-organisms, generate superweeds and pests, decrease biodiversity, aid and abet seed monopolization, encourage massive use of toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizer, spew out massive amounts of climate-destabilizing greenhouse gases, and seriously damage animal and human health.

    Ronnie Cummins: Industrial Agriculture and Human Survival: The Road Beyond 10/10/10

  • A critical mass of research reveals that genetically engineered crops, now covering almost 40% of U.S. cropland (173 million acres of GM crops) and 10% of global farm acreage (321 million acres), pollute the environment, kill essential soil micro-organisms, generate superweeds and pests, decrease biodiversity, aid and abet seed monopolization, encourage massive use of toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizer, spew out massive amounts of climate-destabilizing greenhouse gases, and seriously damage animal and human health.

    Ronnie Cummins: Industrial Agriculture and Human Survival: The Road Beyond 10/10/10

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