Definition of Monopoly board
1. Noun. A board used for playing monopoly.
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Literary usage of Monopoly board
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1. The Chemistry of the Non-benzenoid Hydrocarbons and Their Simple Derivatives by Benjamin Talbott Brooks (1922)
"In 1919 the Japanese monopoly board estimated that the production of Formosan camphor from old trees would average about 6500000 lb. annually and that the ..."
2. Japanese Rule in Formosa by Yosaburō Takekoshi (1907)
"The following day I went to the Opium monopoly board to see the works. The office is situated outside the southern gate of the old castle. ..."
3. A Dictionary of Political Phrases and Allusions: With a Short Bibliography by Philip George Cambray, ., Hugh. Montgomery (1906)
"... for the establishment of the and other questions were with the superintendence of The dynamite monopoly Board of Education charged also discussed. ..."
4. My Tiny Life: Crime and Passion in a Virtual World by Julian Dibbell (1998)
"So I took to checking in there occasionally, heading out of my own cozy nook (inside a ‘TV set inside the little red hotel inside the monopoly board inside ..."
5. Agricultural Policy Reforms and Regional Market Integration in Malawi by Joachim von Braun, Alberto Valdés, Kay Muir-Leresche (1993)
"... a monopoly board in crop (maize) and fertilizer marketing. Maize marketing was taken over by the cooperatives, and fertilizer imports and marketing by ..."
6. Britain TM: Renewing Our Identity by Mark Leonard (1997)
"... and institutions that formed the staple of their educational and cultural life - from the landmarks of literature to the squares on the monopoly board. ..."
7. The Year in Trade (1997): Operation of the Trade Agreements Program, 49th Report edited by Arona Butcher (1999)
"... furniture, steel, agricultural equipment, civil aircraft, and distilled spirits; and a promise to privatize its Alcohol and Tobacco monopoly board. ..."