carry off


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"I think I could defi-nitely carry off the ponytail."
I'LL NOT LET THE OUTLAWS GUN DOWN THE WOMEN, BURN THE TOWN AND CARRY OFF OUR MENFOLK.
A stream of ambient air is forced through the drum to carry off the moisture.
The van used to carry off pounds 26.5m from the bank's headquarters has not been found.
While the central protagonist is 14-year-old Ned, three other young people also take center stage to help carry off an improbable plan to nab a gang of international poachers via the Internet.
If, like our model Michelle, you have a great pair of pins and want to carry off the catwalk look, take time to find a pair of shorts which are low-waisted and roomy rather than tight.