Forbearant


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For`bear´ant


a.1.Forbearing.
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Th[e] "pocketing" scenario [i.e., the opposite of pass through] generally is inconsistent with rational behavior and is nonsense: while the favored dealer could do nothing to take advantage of the discriminatory discount, normally he would not be so forbearant. (196) While the Supreme Court has not opined on calculating pass through, it has recognized its difficulty:
Faced with the prospect of a wholesale ouster of minority representatives from federal and state legislative bodies, the Court has created a more forbearant version of strict scrutiny.