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designate
used in Freakonomics

2 uses
  • J. T. paid the board of directors nearly 20 percent of his revenues for the right to sell crack in a designated twelve-square-block area.
    p. 96.8
  • After researching the Klan's corporate charter, Kennedy wrote to the governor of Georgia suggesting the grounds upon which the charter should be revoked: the Klan had been designated a nonprofit, non-political organization, but Kennedy had proof that it was clearly devoted to both profits and politics.
    p. 59.2

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