He was carrying a briefcase...
He carried the plate through to the dining room...
She carried her son to the car...
If your job involves a lot of paperwork, you're going to need something to carry it all in.
You have to carry a bleeper so that they can call you in at any time.
Flowers are designed to attract insects which then carry the pollen from plant to plant...
The delegation was carrying a message of thanks to President Mubarak...
The ship could carry seventy passengers.
The official number of people carrying the AIDS virus is low...
Frogs eat pests which destroy crops and carry diseases.
Check that any medication you're taking carries no risk for your developing baby...
Individualism, and the breakdown of social harmony, had a constructive purpose. But they also carried a price.
He had the ruthless streak necessary to carry him into the Cabinet...
The warmth and strength of their relationship carried them through difficult times.
It's not such a new idea, but I carried it to extremes...
We could carry that one step further by taking the same genes and putting them into another crop.
Several papers carry the photograph of Mr Anderson.
A motion backing its economic policy was carried by 322 votes to 296.
It was a crime of espionage and carried the death penalty.
Even in this stillness Leaphorn doubted if the sound would carry far.
George W. Bush carried the state with 56 percent of the vote.
They carried themselves with great pride and dignity.
There are many theories that claim to be able to predict whether you're carrying a boy or a girl.
I got completely carried away and almost cried.
In the formative years their alliance carried all before it.