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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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75 stations in CO, IL, IN, IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, NM, NY, ND, OR, SD, TN, TX, WV, and WI, all carrying farm programming.
The first step of the goodwill impairment test is a comparison of the fair value of a reporting unit with its carrying amount.
A massive natural experiment is thus under way, one that will ultimately tell us whether liberal gun carrying laws are good or bad policy.
Such syndicators otherwise would have been precluded from recognizing fee income on services performed for the partnerships; rather, the syndicators would have been required to allocate the costs of performing the services to the carrying amounts of their partnership interests.
But local officials are still struggling to interpret some of the law's requirements, including whether police officers can ask those visibly carrying guns to present their permits.
and fled when he saw one or more of them were carrying handguns holstered in plain sight.
He said that national flag carrier on the 28th day of its Pre-Hajj Operation, operated four Hajj flights carrying over 18,00 intending pilgrims to the Holy Land.
KARACHI -- The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on the fourteenth day of its pre-Hajj Operation, operated five special Hajj flights while carrying around 2,000 Hujjaj to the Holy Land.
Stollenwerk ran several errands near his northern Virginia home, as he always does--while openly carrying his Beretta 92F 9mm handgun in a hip holster.
It is not clear whether the regulation actually prohibits a trustee from netting capital losses before carrying out the gain from sale proceeds actually distributed or used in determining a payment, or whether the trustee has a choice.
After a mosquito carrying the parasite bites a person, protozoa migrate from the wound to the liver.
On the evening of May 8th, however, McKinney, 54, was off-duty when he stopped briefly at Junker's Tavern in Northside to, according to the Cincinnati Post, "talk to customers about joining the organization." As a private citizen, he was carrying a concealed handgun.