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Indeed, some of the biggest profiteers from this week’s market action are asset managers like BlackRock, market-makers like Citadel, and the private equity giant Silver Lake.
The law of supply and demand, as applied to eggs, together with the local brand of profiteer, was the cause.
The speculation and graft were colossal, and beyond the most extravagant dreams of the British brand of war profiteer.
It is not my purpose to dwell upon those disgraceful landlords who profiteer.
THE SEVEN AGES OF MANRALPH BERGENGREN
I nearly asked if he was a little dog-fish—this being the Italian for profiteer, but refrained in time.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
In the selfishness of the "profiteer," as we now call him, Punch sees a sure provocative of Communism.
Then, as always, what we now call the "profiteer" was holding up supplies for higher prices.
I was only one of scores on his books that year, but he always got more kicks that thanks, and of course was a profiteer.
FROM CHART HOUSE TO BUSH HUTCHARLES W. L. BRYDE
It is the middleman, the profiteer, the new capitalist here who has become an ugly and a dominant power.
THE DEVIL'S PAWE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
This "schleich-handel" or sneak trade kept the profiteer well supplied throughout the war with farm produce.
THE NEW GERMANYGEORGE YOUNG

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