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used in Looking for Alaska

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the only supplier of a good or service; or a market with only one supplier
  • I stared at him for a moment, and then said, "I kissed her that night, and I've got a monopoly on that."
    p. 185.2
  • Like you had some monopoly on liking her," Takumi answered.
    p. 185.0
  • "Well, my gut wants to know," Lara said, and only then did I realize what Takumi meant the day we'd showered together—I may have kissed her, but I really didn't have a monopoly on Alaska; the Colonel and I weren't the only ones who cared about her, and weren't alone in trying to figure out how she died and why.
    p. 195.2

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