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cartel
used in Tenth Grade Bleeds

8 uses
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Definition
a group of producers acting together to control output and the price of their product or service
  • Vlad had heard the horror stories about health class with Mr. Cartel.
    3. Return to Bathory High (78% in)
  • Whoever had decided that forcing kids to sit in a room together while a teacher blushes and stumbles over the ins and outs of sex and drugs and puberty was a good idea should have realized that kids already know most of the stuff by the time they hit high school, and the stuff they don't know, they really, really don't want to hear from an old windbag like Mr. Cartel.
    3. Return to Bathory High (77% in)
  • Mr. Cartel was born before the beginning of time, and he seemed to look fondly on those pre-dinosaur years, as he couldn't help but comment on how things had been when he was a kid.
    3. Return to Bathory High (77% in)
  • Mr. Cartel waited quietly until the bell rang, then leaned back in his chair and regarded the class with a somber expression.
    3. Return to Bathory High (83% in)
  • Mr. Cartel cleared his throat and shifted in his seat a little before standing up.
    3. Return to Bathory High (87% in)
  • "Cartel's going to make this the longest year yet."
    3. Return to Bathory High (95% in)
  • But so much for the idea that vampires had any kind of skill at stealth—Mr. Cartel looked up as Vlad opened the door and smiled.
    8. Standing Up (23% in)
  • But if I find out I'm related to Mr. Cartel, I'm going to g-g-g-go jump off a bridge."
    9. The Perfect Game (16% in)

There are no more uses of "cartel" in Tenth Grade Bleeds.

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