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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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He recalled last week that he attended his first St Leger in 1958, though admitted the evidence is no more than hearsay, since he was in his carry-cot at the time.
A GRIEF--STRICKEN Midland mum was being comforted by relatives last night after she accidentally reversed a car over her baby's carry-cot, killing the tot inside.
If they do buy that lovely little twin-seater they've always yearned for, where on earth can they fit in that carry-cot, child seat or baby-buggy?
I was just about born at the time of the Silver Jubilee, so I spent the day in a carry-cot at a street party in Bilton, and I don't remember a great deal.
She said that her boyfriend Dominic Rea, 36, grabbed their threeyear-old daughter April as Alison lowered their baby son Adam, four months, into a carry-cot.