monopolise


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have and control fully and exclusively

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have or exploit a monopoly of

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The Competition Commission of India (CCI), the Indian anti-trust regulator, has launched an investigation into Swiss drug maker Roche (VTX: ROG) for allegedly utilising its powerful global position to monopolise the breast cancer market, the Economic Times of India reported on Thursday.
Ecologists found a mating system where male sloths did not monopolise females but did show signs of defending some territory.
"The current formula is a coalition formula of a few parties and political groups that monopolise decisions and don't give any chance to members to really take part in decisions, that's what caused a lot of inertia", he said.
The Empire Theatre in Consett is set to host an evening of murder mystery tomorrow with his one-man musical show, Monopolise.
A reasonable point, which Dr Stavrou, however, interpreted as an attempt by the Oncology Centre to monopolise cancer care and to 'control oncology'.
It combined the right of the Bank of England to monopolise government finance and the right of the Bank of Amsterdam to monopolise large-scale commercial transactions.
Recently reported reduction - possibly only temporary - in the volume of Google business indicates that instantaneous communication may not necessarily monopolise future transmission of information.
"For the big boys to monopolise the transfer market so much by buying so many players is not healthy."
The European Union yesterday cited new evidence that it said showed Microsoft was still trying to monopolise markets for server software and audio-visual players.