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Allen Carr (1937—1999)

Ann Carr (1783—1841) Female Revivalist Society preacher

Arthur Carr (1855—1947) biscuit manufacturer

Baker v. Carr

Barbara Irene Veronica Comyns Carr (1907—1992) writer

Benjamin Carr (1768)

C. E. Carr

Carr, Pearl, And Teddy Johnson

Carr, Robert, 1st Viscount Rochester, 1st earl of Somerset (c. 1587—1645) favourite of James I.

Carr-Price reaction

Cathy Carr (b. 1936)

Complete Recorded Works Vol. 1 (1928-29) (Leroy Carr album)

Complete Recorded Works Vol. 2 (1929-30) (Leroy Carr album)

Complete Recorded Works Vol. 3 (1930-32) (Leroy Carr album)

Dunstan Michael Carr Curtis (1910—1983) lawyer and civil servant in Europe

E. H. Carr (1892—1982) historian and diplomatist

Edwin Carr (1926—2003)

Emily Carr (1871—1945)

Eugene Asa Carr (1830—1910)

Felix Octavius Carr Darley (1822—1888)

Frank Osmond Carr (1858—1916) composer

George Carr Glyn (1797—1873) banker

Gerald Paul Carr (b. 1932)

Handley Carr Glyn Moule (1841—1920) bishop of Durham

Harlow Carr

Harvey Carr (1873—1954)

Herbert Wildon Carr (1857—1931)

Ian Carr (b. 1933)

J. L. Carr (1912—1994) writer and publisher


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A locally variable term of Scandinavian origin, used to describe forested, wet, rheotrophic habitats, usually with some peat development but with neutral (not extremely acid) waters and good nutrient status. In East Anglia, England, they are typically alder woods (Alnus glutinosa), but where nutrient levels are less favourable willow (Salix species), especially S. cinerea (grey willow), may be the principal tree species. See also fen. Compare bog.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.

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