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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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And just like against Moorpark, Welch hopes his soldiers can band together one more time against De La Salle to carry the day.
If he, and others of his stripe, carry the day, the Democratic party will lose the future, and deservedly.
But we are long past the point where words will carry the day.
In the end only an appreciation of two important principles in the classroom--separation of church and state and good science education--will carry the day for evolutionary science.
Roberts called the bill "bad policy" and recommended opposition--but he then went on to note that he had earlier looked into the issue and concluded that court stripping was not unconstitutional, writing, "My views did not carry the day.
It's an outrage that such viewpoints failed to carry the day.
The betting is that Korea's technology leadership and market clout together will be strong enough to carry the day.
But Katie's extraordinary sweetness and grit carry the day, and she becomes a "proper Cinderella.
There are very significant power groups that continue to oppose 240-241 reform and that will continue to carry the day," said Rubenstein.