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  • n. A doctrine in antitrust law which applies to contracts which "unreasonably" inhibit trade.


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  • What is needed to achieve this victory is that the passions and sensual concupiscences, which when freely indulged exercise so pernicious an influence on human conduct, should be trained by judicious repression to subordinate and conform their desires to the rule of reason and in faith, as discerned by the mind.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman


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