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Do you mind carrying this box for me?
Luke was carrying a bag over his shoulder.
Sarah carried her cup of coffee back to her desk.
I never carry much cash with me.
British police officers don’t normally carry guns.
They carried the news of the massacre back to their villages.
The oil was carried by the tide onto the shore.
A plane carrying 120 passengers has crashed in India.
a cable carrying electricity to nearby homes
He would carry the guilt with him forever.
All the papers carried the story the next day.
All our products carry a full 25-year guarantee.
His colleagues rapidly grew annoyed at having to carry him.
Murder carries a compulsory sentence of life imprisonment.
Packets of cigarettes must carry a government health warning.
The treatment carries less risk than some medications.
His determination to succeed carried him to the top of his profession.
She seemed to carry the whole audience with her.
The government must carry the blame for this terrible tragedy.
We are urging shops not to carry goods made with child labour.
His voice doesn’t carry very well.
Can we trust him to carry the task to completion?
Carried to extremes, such behaviour can be self-destructive.
I know we all need to be careful with our money, but some people carry it too far!
A Democrat has not carried Arizona since 1948.