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carry

(Succeed), verb accomplish, achieve, attain, be victorious, bring to pass, cause to happen, complete, effect, effectuate, gain, prevail, score, succeed, win
Associated concepts: carry a vote

carry

(Transport), verb bear, bring, cart, convey, haul, move, take, tote, transport
Associated concepts: carry a concealed weapon, carry a weapon, carry back, carry on a business, carry on trade, carrying charges, carrying on a trade or business, carrying on any trade or business, carrying on business, larceny, take and carry away
See also: approve, bear, convey, deliver, demean, handle, move, pass, support, trade, transfer, transmit, transport, uphold, wield
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However, if passed Concealed Carry Reciprocity would allow people from other states to carry hidden, loaded weapons in our communities without meeting the standards required by Illinois law.
For as long as people have carried handguns, one of the preferred methods of carry has been in the waistband, between the centerline and hip.
Because of the 1 -bit carry save adder is equal to carry save adder.
Since I'm on the smaller side, I reached out to some of my bigger buddies to pick their brains on how they carry concealed.
1 : to take or transfer from one place to another <Can you carry a package?
Carry trade has a successful track record that goes back more than 25 years.
CARRY On Camping was yesterday voted the best Carry On film of all time.
A Bird Shall Carry The Voice is the narrative biographical account of Leigh Farris' unusual life lived out in the company of a bird.
With the announcement there is to be a new Carry On film, Hannah Davies takes a look back at the series' racy heyday.
The news that a new Carry On film is to be made will delight the thousands of movie-goers who loved the series which began with Carry On Sergeant in 1958.
The default position is to carry back an NOL for two years, with any unused NOL carried forward; see Sec.
Sworn law enforcement personnel carry weapons under a multitude of circumstances, not just when in uniform.