But now Schmidt is the one running a monopoly, and guess what?
Such approaches errantly and inexcusably afford Israel a monopoly on defining reality.
A small fortune: the standard edition of monopoly includes $15,120 of fake money.
The left has been ceded a monopoly on caring about black people, and monopolies are dangerous.
Yet the military—for all its monopoly of power—strangely lacks the acumen and competence that should guide power.
He had the monopoly, and, like all monopolises, he abused his position.
Their hostility was excited by the monopoly of the fur trade, which he enjoyed over all the vast regions he had explored.
The treaty of Utrecht secured to Britain a monopoly of that traffick.
"I did not say I had a monopoly of the commodity," she rejoined, evidently wishing that she had.
Copyright is monopoly, and produces all the effects which the general voice of mankind attributes to monopoly.
"exclusive control of a commodity or trade," 1530s, from Latin monopolium, from Greek monopolion "right of exclusive sale," from mono- + polein "to sell," from PIE root *pel- (5) "to sell" (cf. Sanskrit panate "barters, purchases," Lithuanian pelnas "gain," Old Church Slavonic splenu, Russian polon "prey, booty," Old Norse falr, Dutch veil, German feil "for sale, venal").
Alternative form monopole (1540s, from the Old French form of the word) was common in 16c. The popular board game, invented by Charles Darrow, is from 1935. Monopoly money "unreal currency" is attested from 1972, in reference to the paper used in the game.
The exclusive control by one company of a service or product.