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The illicit means employed in discriminative underselling are chiefly extortion and deception.
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICEJOHN A. (JOHN AUGUSTINE) RYAN
What is it that enables the nerve in the nose to perform its discriminative function?
Therefore restrict your size-up to the discriminative observation of the muscle signs of his mind habits and mind actions.
CERTAIN SUCCESSNORVAL A. HAWKINS
The retentive power works up to the height of the discriminative power; it can do no more.
FROEBEL'S GIFTSKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
As he proceeded, they rather opposed him, as not sufficiently particular and discriminative in his zeal.
GEORGE WHITEFIELDJOSEPH BELCHER
These could not at first be explained, because this fact of discriminative absorption was not known.
These methods are mainly three: discriminative underselling, exclusive-selling contracts, and advantages in transportation.
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICEJOHN A. (JOHN AUGUSTINE) RYAN
When he had provided the natural means of discriminative development, he left the rest to the natural growth of his prune trees.
CERTAIN SUCCESSNORVAL A. HAWKINS
Perhaps he was speculating as he looked on the sort of aspect he presented to the lady's discriminative regard.
The discriminative differences of Christian love are not clearly and forcibly drawn.

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