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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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"Sometimes you have to be physical, carry the ball and run hard, other times you are looking for players to create space and get passes away and put people into holes.
If you're able to carry the ball on the right angle the course becomes so much easier."
"Obviously it is vital that Richie Gray and Ross Ford step up to the mark and carry the ball a lot."
The game has eight players, two nets, a foam ball and eight stun guns and its aim is to carry the ball to your opponents' net and score.
"I am also maturing more as a player and have made the mental decision that I am going to carry the ball come what may.
Both men failed to observe one of the earliest edicts any rugby player receives - always carry the ball in two hands, to keep defenders guessing and ease the passing process.
This will, actually, carry the ball out of the danger area, so we want the opposite to be done--force the ball into the middle of the goal area.
"He has the ability to carry the ball from one end of the field to the other, and that's why other teams have coveted him this summer."
The recession of 2001 and the jobless recovery of 2002 and 2003 shoved large companies to the sidelines, leaving smaller, privately held firms to carry the ball, Bach says.