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Sentence count:86+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-13Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: connivanceSimilar words: allusionillusiondisillusiondisillusionmentdelusionexclusionseclusionconclusionMeaning: [-uːʒn]  n. 1. secret agreement 2. agreement on a secret plot. 
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1. The officials are in collusion with the criminals.
2. They secretly entered into collusion with the northern warlords.
3. She acted in collusion with the other witness.
4. There was collusion between the two witnesses .
5. He found no evidence of collusion between record companies and retailers.
6. The police were operating in collusion with the drug dealers.
7. The manufacturers of tea and soap are in collusion.
8. Would he still have been in collusion with his master?
9. Chandler convicts himself of collusion as well: the novel focuses on the profits the Sternwoods have made in oil.
10. Media companies may operate tacit or explicit collusion just as easily as politicians.
11. In fact,( the church will be in collusion with evil if it does not stand on the side of the victim.
12. Collusion at the company breeds collusion in the family, which breeds collusion at the company-his and hers.
13. The money lenders are often in collusion with the mafia.
14. Again[], I hear the smack of collusion between Johnson and Boswell in their separate accounts of their Highland jaunt.
15. This obviously stops collusion at the manufacturing stage being undone by price competition at the point of sale to the ultimate buyer.
16. However, Rees also notes that collusion requires a mechanism to enforce agreements.
17. We declared against the draft resolution put forward by the member states in collusion with the aggressor.
18. If the security forces are not present and loyalist gunmen commit murder it is still the result of collusion.
19. He could become so unaccountably miserable that a small amount of collusion some-times did him a world of good.
20. Last week, the Justice Department said investigators would check for evidence of collusion and price-fixing in the industry.
21. Thus the path could be thought of as a period of price warfare followed by reversion to collusion.
22. The existence of a future in which to apply punishment allows current collusion to be sustained by the self-interest of the firms.
23. We now consider what they imply for the analysis of tacit collusion.
24. If the security forces are thick on the ground and loyalist gunmen commit murder it is the result of collusion.
25. This then ensures that fraud can not be committed without the collusion of at least two individuals.
26. The radical elite theorists emphasized that popular participation is perfectly feasible, but collusion between elite groups prevents it from being established.
27. The Commission can also be given cases where two or more distinct firms by implicit collusion operate to restrict competition.
28. It drove the bourgeoisie, despite their interest in political and economic reform, into closer and closer collusion with the autocracy.
29. But he only looked at her blankly, and gave no rueful half-smile in collusion.
30. There will always be the problem of trying to infer whether apparently tacit collusion really was well-concealed explicit collusion.
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