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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
References in classic literature ?
About an old sexton, that the good people down here suppose to have been carried away by goblins.
Haven't you heard ever since you were a child, that he WAS carried away by the goblins, and don't you know he was?
He WAS carried away by goblins, Pickwick; and there's an end of the matter.
cried D'Artagnan, as if carried away by his enthusiasm.
D'Artagnan felt he had allowed himself to be carried away, and that he had committed an error.
I sail at once upon the Vanator," he said, "in search of Tara of Helium who is thought to have been carried away upon a one-man flier by the storm.
she waved her hand before her forehead), "that faculty for being completely carried away, but for completely repenting too.
There has never been an instance of a bluestocking being carried away by affairs of the heart"- a statement which, though gathered from an unknown source, he believed implicitly.
MATT RITCHIE has warned that Newcastle must not get carried away with their lofty position in the fledgling Premier League table.
During his interview with the WalesOnline media group, he remarked that Pakistan was open for business and people should visit for themselves to explore the vast potential that exists and not be carried away by the wrong perceptions that are fed by certain media.
But the holiday spirit can make it easy to get carried away with your spending, leaving you short for the rest of the month or even getting into debt.
After being carried away by river currents at the height of typhoon 'Nina' (international name: Nock-ten), the third storm casualty in Oriental Mindoro was found floating at the riverside of Socorro town Wednesday morning.