Definition of Monopolizations
1. monopolization [n] - See also: monopolization
Lexicographical Neighbors of Monopolizations
Literary usage of Monopolizations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Laborer and His Hire by Imelda Maud Shanklin (1900)
"Trusts are but the inevitable consequences of monopolizations, unavoidable and indestructible while monopoly continues, impossible without ..."
2. Heroes of California: The Story of the Founders of the Golden State as by George Wharton James (1910)
"He fearlessly exposes the manifest injustice to the great masses of the people in these monopolizations, and then proceeds to an arraignment of the State ..."
3. Chronicles of the Builders of the Commonwealth: Historical Character Study by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1892)
"... and monopolizations, is making itself apparent with the growth of settlements, and becoming a source of discontent, to which the government should have ..."
4. The Commodities' Clause: A Treatise on the Development and Enactment of the by Thomas Latimer Kibler (1916)
"... and monopolizations," and to prohibit the railway in question from the carrying in interstate commerce "of anthracite mined or purchased and at the time ..."
5. Epitome of the Synthetic Philosophy of Herbert Spencer by Frederick Howard Collins (1901)
"Hence clan monopolizations necessarily establish themselves. 789. Of evidences that the gild in its primitive form arose out of the cluster of relatives, ..."
6. The Principles of Sociology by Herbert Spencer (1896)
"... his admission as a worker in any other group than the domestic one, he falls into the inherited kind of business; and clan-monopolizations necessarily ..."