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carry (one) (somewhere)

To accompany or escort someone to a certain location or event. It's already dark out, so be a gentleman and carry that gal home.
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carry (oneself)

1. To walk or move in a certain physical manner. If you carried yourself with better posture, you might not have such back pain. Self-conscious of her height, she always carries herself erect to seem taller to others.
2. To act, behave, or conduct oneself socially or in public (i.e., as pertains to grace, etiquette, speech, grooming, body language, etc.). Always be aware of how you carry yourself when in polite company. The way he carries himself in public belies his strict upbringing.
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carry (someone) (somewhere)

To escort or accompany someone to a particular place or location. Might I carry you to the dance, Miss?
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carry

1. in. to carry drugs on one’s person. (Drugs.) If you get busted while you’re carrying, you are in big trouble with the man.
2. n. drugs carried on the person as an emergency supply in case of arrest. (Underworld.) The cops found my carry, and I spent three days in the clink climbing the walls.
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Dubai: Customers of du, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), can now carry over the unused data on their mobile phones to next month.
Similarly, passengers can carry maximum of $60,000 per year in multiple visits.
Children above six years of age or less than 18 years may carry USD 5,000 or an equivalent foreign currency at a time, while a total of USD 30,000 or an equivalent foreign currency can be carried in a year.
Passengers aged 5-18 years can carry $5,000 on a single visit and up to $30,000 over a year in case of multiple visits.
I carry so much because I don't want to go back home if I realise I'm missing something."
You want to be able to carry most of your toiletries, so get a tiny bag that you can throw everything in.
The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act would permit individuals who legally possess a firearm in the state he or she resides, and has proper identification, to carry a concealed weapon across state lines, if certain conditions are met.
Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA, explained at the NRA Carry Guard blog in February of 2018, "Beginning with Alaska in 2003, permitless carry has spread across the country with remarkable speed.
The movie was made with a modest budget of around PS73,000 and took PS500,000 at the UK box office with the publicity declaring: "Such carryings-on in this man's Army!" Carry On Sergeant had been planned as a one-off movie, but was so successful that producer Peter Rogers and director Gerald Thomas immediately started looking at the idea of doing another Carry On movie.
Despite some college campuses allowing concealed carry, Hemenway, Azrael, and Miller (2001) found that 94% of people did not believe that citizens should be permitted to bring guns onto college campuses.
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.
As we know that the carry-select adder mainly consists of two ripple carry adders and a multiplexer.
The original version of the bill would have let anyone 18 or older carry a firearm in Texas without a permit.
Doug Burgum signed a legislation late Thursday allowing people to carry a concealed gun without a permit.
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.