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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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So, when they were rested, Dorothy picked up her basket and they started along the grassy bank, to the road from which the river had carried them.
Then the Stork with her great claws grabbed the Scarecrow by the arm and carried him up into the air and back to the bank, where Dorothy and the Lion and the Tin Woodman and Toto were sitting.
So you maintain that Christine Daae was carried off by an angel: an angel of the Opera, no doubt?
Sometimes the men and women tied tough vines about the bundles of ferns and branches that they carried to the caves to sleep upon.
I was carried through the streets with the rapidity of lightning,' said she, 'and taken into a soldier's room, and I had to wait upon him like a servant, sweep his room, clean his boots, and do all kinds of menial work.
I carried also a hundred spare arms, muskets, and fusees; besides some pistols, a considerable quantity of shot of all sizes, three or four tons of lead, and two pieces of brass cannon; and, because I knew not what time and what extremities I was providing for, I carried a hundred barrels of powder, besides swords, cutlasses, and the iron part of some pikes and halberds.
He assured them of good treatment among the Crows, the principal chiefs and warriors of whom he knew; they would soon become great men among them, and have the finest women, and the daughters of the chiefs for wives; and the horses and goods they carried off would make them rich for life.
I had no drop again till the next day, for I was carried triumphantly through the following hours by my introduction to the younger of my pupils.
They took care not to approach the place where they had thrown Montgomery into the water, but instead, carried the four dead Beast People slantingly along the beach for perhaps a hundred yards before they waded out and cast them away.
The author carried to a market-town, and then to the metropolis.
A single mighty leap carried it to the top, where it poised but for an instant before dropping to the ground upon the opposite side.
Then the Minerva, running past for Tulagi, was signalled to send a boat, and the three prisoners were carried away to prison to await trial.