REGRATING, crim. law. Every practice or device, by act, conspiracy, words,
or news, to enhance the price of victuals or other merchandise, is so
denominated. 3 Inst. 196; 1 Russ. on Cr. 169.

2. In the Roman law, persons who monopolized grain, and other produce
of the earth, were called dardanarii, and were variously punished. Dig. 47,
11, 6.

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