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I love how two roots that basically have different meanings (mono - one; poly - many) areblended to have a completely new word and meaning. It makes perfect sense as a monopoly has everything controlled by a single entity.
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This word just NEVER flows off my tongue. It never sounds right to me. I can't imagine how much I might hate it if I couldn't say my Rs!
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