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  • He received a game of Monopoly, a razor and a cigarette lighter.
  • Friday afternoon (Good Friday) we played Monopoly; Saturday afternoon too.
  • Optimists and pessimists — not to mention the realists —air their opinions with unflagging energy, and as with everything else, they’re all certain that they have a monopoly on the truth.

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  • When you have a monopoly you can raise prices.
  • They have no monopoly on intelligence

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