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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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Aven them cursed millaishy, the Lord forgive me for swearing, that was the death of him, wid their cowardice, would have carried the day in old times.
Then, if Summerlee carried the day and some means of escape were found, we should return to London with first-hand knowledge of
And in now finally deciding the course he should take, it is not too much to say that the motive of money receded, for the first time in his life, into the second place, and the motive of malice carried the day.
On the other hand, caution was imperatively necessary, in the present imperfect state of his information--and caution, in Sir Patrick's mind, carried the day.
Mrs Boffin has carried the day, and we're going in neck and crop for Fashion.