EGGS carried over running water
Everyone speaks well of the bridge which carries him over
Everyone SPEAKS well of the bridge which carries him over
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carrying and mating in a coreid bug
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1 (Securities) Delaying delivery or payment on a transaction from one settlement date to the next (cf. fail). Also known as contango in the UK. Generally a carryover has the consent of the counterparty.
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