CAR

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Car

an essential item to get you to and from your cod fishing marks on a cold winters night.

car

(from the article `railroad`) After the first crude beginnings, railroad-car design took divergent courses in North America and Europe, because of differing economic conditions ...
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car

[n] - car suspended from an airship and carrying personnel and cargo and power plant 2. [n] - where passengers ride up and down 3. [n] - a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad 4. [n] - 4-wheeled motor vehicle
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car

railway car noun a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; `three cars had jumped the rails`
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car

auto noun a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; `he needs a car to get to work`
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Car

[Greek mythology] Car or Kar (Κάρ) is a name in Greek mythology that refers to two characters who may or may not be one and the same. The name `Car` is unrelated to the English word `car` (vehicle). ==Car of Megara== According to Pausanias, Car was the king of Megara and the son of Phoroneus (and Cerdo). His tomb was located on the road ...
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Car

[King of Caria] Car, according to Herodotus, was the brother of Lydus and Mysus. He was regarded as the eponymous and ancestral hero of the Carians who would have received their name from the king. ...
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Car

[magazine] Car is a British automotive enthusiast magazine published monthly by Bauer Consumer Media. International editions are published by Bauer Automotive in Brazil, China, Greece, India, Malaysia (since December 2012, through Astro), Mexico, the Middle East, Poland (under the title Cars), Romania, Russia, South Africa (under the title ...
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Click images to enlargeSmall, driver-guided, passenger-carrying motor vehicle; originally the automated version of the horse-drawn carriage, meant to convey people and their goods over streets and roads. Most are four-wheeled and have water-cooled, piston-type internal-combustion engines fu...
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Car

Car noun [ Old French car , char , French cahr , from Latin carrus , Wagon: a Celtic word; confer W. car , Armor. karr , Ir. & Gael. carr . confer Chariot .] 1. A small vehicle moved on wheels; usually, one having but two wheels and dr...
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car

A fitting which slides along a track which allows for the adjustment of the lead of blocks or other fairleads.
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Car

A loose quantity term sometimes used to describe a the amount of a commodity underlying one commodity contract; e.g., 'a car of bellies.' Derived from the fact that quantities of the product specified in a contract used to correspond closely to the capacity of a railroad car.
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Car

A railway wagon, especially any of the wagons adapted to carrying coal, ore, and waste underground.
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Car

A railway wagon, especially any of the wagons adapted to carrying coal, ore, and waste underground.
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Car

A slang term used to describe the amount of a commodity underlying one contract.This term originated from the fact that quantities of the product in a contract used to correspond closely to the capacity of one railroad car. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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car

A transportation term that refers to a railroad car or railcar.
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CAR

acronym: Caribbean (START)
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Car

An exotic option. It represents a call option on a put option. That is, you
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CAR

Canadian Association of Radiologists
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car

car 1. An automobile or a four-wheeled motor vehicle; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine. 2. A vehicle running on rails; such as, a streetcar or a railroad car. 3. The part of an elevator, balloon, modern airship, etc., that carries the passengers, freight, etc. 4. Especially in Britain, any wheeled vehicle; such as, a farm cart ...
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Car

Car is Dorset slang for to carry.
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CAR

Carlisle (station code)
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CAR

Central African Republic.
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CAR

Central America Report
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