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Quandary Resolution 3447
duopsony, from the word go, spendthrift, heterotelic

From the word go, 'twas clear that a sort of heterotelic duopsony (that is to say, a two-person market condition the purpose of whose existence lay apart from itself) had arisen, thus creating a buyer's market wherein Kleinbaum's spendthrift habits could only land his rather fuzzy tuchus in hot water.

 

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