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He’s used data to show profiteering at a mental health hospital and questionable practices in local law enforcement agencies.
It has lobbied public-pension investors and members of Congress to press the firm to return its dividends to the company, saying its profiteering has put Prospect’s safety-net hospitals at risk.
There were harsh laws against profiteering in France in 1793—England in 1919 found it necessary to make quite similar laws.
However delicate a definition is framed for 'profiteering,' these packers have preyed upon the people unconscionably.
How, too, can its existence be proved, for high fixed prices are not always an evidence of profiteering methods.
Thus Nehemiah would have had ample precedent to fill his own coffers by injustice, profiteering and worse: he had the power.
THE BOOK OF COURAGEJOHN THOMSON FARIS
And none of us are going to stand profiteering, and broken pledges, and that kind of thing!'
ELIZABETH'S CAMPAIGNMRS. HUMPHREY WARD
Unfortunately, illegitimate "profiteering" has taken place in the course of every war.
ENGLAND, CANADA AND THE GREAT WARLOUIS-GEORGES DESJARDINS
Illegitimate "profiteering" is one of the deplorable effects of a war; it is never its real cause.
ENGLAND, CANADA AND THE GREAT WARLOUIS-GEORGES DESJARDINS
Treason blotted the pages illumined by heroism, and profiteering tarnished peoples redeemed by the devotion of their sons.

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