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 for cartel
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Cartel \Car"tel\, v. t.
     To defy or challenge. [Obs.]
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           You shall cartel him.                    --B. Jonson.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Cartel \Car*tel"\, n. [F., fr. LL. cartellus a little paper,
     dim. fr. L. charta. See 1st Card.]
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     1. (Mil.) An agreement between belligerents for the exchange
        of prisoners. --Wilhelm.
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     2. A letter of defiance or challenge; a challenge to single
        combat. [Obs.]
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              He is cowed at the very idea of a cartel., --Sir W.
                                                    Scott.
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     Cartel, or Cartel ship, a ship employed in the exchange
        of prisoners, or in carrying propositions to an enemy; a
        ship beating a flag of truce and privileged from capture.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  cartel
      n 1: a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit
           competition by controlling the production and distribution
           of a product or service; "they set up the trust in the hope
           of gaining a monopoly" [syn: trust, corporate trust,
           combine, cartel]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  145 Moby Thesaurus words for "cartel":
     Aktiengesellschaft, Anschluss, NATO, SEATO, accord, addition,
     affiliation, agglomeration, aggregation, agreement, aktiebolag,
     alliance, amalgamation, arrangement, assimilation, association,
     bargain, binding agreement, blend, blending, blow, body corporate,
     bond, business, business establishment, cabal, capitulation,
     centralization, chain, challenge, chamber of commerce, coalescence,
     coalition, collective agreement, combination, combine, combo,
     commercial enterprise, compact, compagnie, company, composition,
     concern, concord, concordat, confederacy, confederation, congeries,
     conglomerate, conglomerate corporation, conglomeration,
     conjugation, conjunction, consolidating company, consolidation,
     consortium, conspiracy, contract, convention, copartnership,
     corporate body, corporation, covenant, covenant of salt, dare,
     deal, defi, defy, dicker, diversified corporation, ecumenism,
     embodiment, employment contract, encompassment, enosis, entente,
     entente cordiale, enterprise, federalization, federation, firm,
     formal agreement, fusion, gage, gauntlet, glove, group,
     holding company, hookup, house, inclusion, incorporation, industry,
     integration, international agreement, ironclad agreement,
     joint-stock association, joint-stock company, junction, junta,
     league, legal agreement, legal contract, marriage, meld, melding,
     merger, multinational, mutual agreement, mutual-defense treaty,
     nonaggression pact, operating company, package, package deal, pact,
     paction, partnership, plunderbund, pool, promise, protocol,
     public utility, slap, solidification, stipulation, stock company,
     stump, syncretism, syndicate, syndication, syneresis, synthesis,
     tie-up, trade association, transaction, treaty, trust,
     understanding, unification, union, union contract, utility,
     valid contract, wage contract, wedding
  
  

From Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  CARTEL,war. An agreement between two belligerent powers for the delivery of 
  prisoners or deserters, and also a written challenge to a duel. 
       2. Cartel ship, is a ship commissioned in time of war, to exchange 
  prisoners, or to carry any proposals between hostile powers; she must carry 
  no cargo, ammunitions, or implements of war, except a single gun for 
  signals. The conduct of ships of this description cannot be too narrowly 
  watched. The service on which they are sent is so highly important to the 
  interests of humanity, that it is peculiarly incumbent on all parties to 
  take care that it should be conducted in such a manner as not to become a 
  subject of jealousy and distrust between the two nations. 4 Rob. R. 357. 
  Vide Merl. Rep. b. t.; Dane's Ab. c. 40, a. 6, 7; Pet. C. C. R. 106; 3 C. 
  Rob. 141 C. Rob. 336; 1 Dods. R. 60. 
  
  

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