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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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O'DONNELL AGONY With pain etched all over his face, the Irish star is carried off at the Millennium Stadium
And he said being carried off by his team-mates was a memorable moment, adding: "JT just decided to carry me off.
The versatile defender seemed to be in some pain when he was carried off after receiving around two minutes' worth of treatment.
The midfield schemer was carried off late in the 4-0 win with suspected knee ligament damage and today will havea scan.
HARRY Ibbertson carried off Coventry Hearsall's club championship for the first time with a fine performance that edged out twin brother Tom by a single shot.
MANCHESTER CITY must wait a little longer to determine the extent of David Silva's latest injury setback after he was carried off in Monday night's 3-1 Premier League win over West Bromwich Albion.
Recently, Byker's Tyne Bank Brewery, North Shields' Mordue, and Morpeth's Anarchy Brew Co all carried off major national awards from the Society of Independent Brewers.
On another stormy Hong Kong night, on what Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio called a "killer pitch", the Serbian centre-back was carried off with an ankle injury that could see him miss the Premier League kick-off.
The right-back with the rising reputation was carried off 50 minutes into the 1-0 League I defeat at the Galpharm with damage to his left ankle and shin.
EXODUS: A child is carried off a Navy ship in Malta Foreign Secretary William Hague said it was "very important" for anyone still caught up in the violent chaos to get on board if possible - as some of those landing back in the UK last night described the violence as a "living hell".
The Trinidadian all- rounder looked in considerable pain and was carried off the field, putting serious question marks over his availability for the remaining matches.
Summary: Arsene Wenger apologised for the tackle by Cesc Fabregas which led to Wolves defender Stephen Ward being carried off on a stretcher.