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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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Carrying along the waist in a cross-draw holster, where you are required to reach across your centerline to draw, is also disadvantageous.
It's worn on the belt and is capable of carrying my cell phone and my S&W SHIELD or GLOCK 26.
He said that national flag carrier on the 28th day of its Pre-Hajj Operation, operated four Hajj flights carrying over 18,00 intending pilgrims to the Holy Land.
A PIA spokesman said here on Sunday that PIA on the twenty first day of its Pre-Hajj Operation, operated five Hajj flights carrying around 2,000 intending pilgrims to the Holy Land.
2 : to contain and direct the course of <The pipe is carrying water to the sea.
Choosing whether to carry back or forward: The choice of carrying back or forward is best decided with a multiyear tax projection.
Officers also know that carrying a concealed weapon over an extended period of time may produce certain automatic body movements or gestures, which they may perform without conscious thought.
com Year established: 2002 Number of ag employees: 7 69 stations in OH and WV all carrying farm programming.
In addition to carrying more astronauts, the new spacecraft will offer other improvements over Apollo, according to Leonard Nicholson, the team's deputy program manager.
Sponge carrying came to the attention of scientists 20 years ago when a boater reported seeing a dolphin in Shark Bay with a "tumor" on its beak.
standards require impairment tests to be performed on assets whenever certain impairment indicators are present--such as signs that suggest an asset's value may have fallen below its carrying amount.
Solution: To make the election to carry an NOL and ATNOL forward without first carrying it back, the election must have been made with the original loss year return, or filed with a Form 1040X within six months of the original due date (excluding extensions) of the loss year return.