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economics
used in The Mark of Athena

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the study of how limited resources are allocated in an attempt to satisfy unlimited wants
  • Leo wasn't sure whether he felt relieved or insulted that the combat trainer was interrogating Frank, while Leo got the home economics teacher.
    p. 295.6

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