Some articles on carries:

Swithland Viaduct
... Viaduct is a railway viaduct in Leicestershire that carries the former Great Central Main Line over Swithland Reservoir ... It is unusual in that it carries the line over a reservoir rather than a valley ... The line now carries the Great Central Railway ...
Latvian Naval Forces - Mission
... Naval Force provides defense of the national territorial waters, carries out explosive ordnance disposal activities at sea and harbors, co-ordinates and carries out ...
Controller And Auditor-General Of New Zealand - The Organisation's Structure - Office of The Auditor-General
... The Office of the Auditor-General carries out strategic audit planning, sets policy and standards, appoints auditors and oversees their performance, carries out performance audits, provides reporting ...
Sports Broadcasting Contracts In Canada - Golf
... TSN carries coverage of The Masters (first two rounds live, final two rounds on tape delay), the U.S ... It also carries a limited schedule of PGA Tour coverage (including the early rounds of the Canadian Open, sub-licensed from The Golf Channel) ... Global carries live weekend coverage of The Masters, as well as most PGA Tour events carried by U.S ...
Brent Spence Bridge
... The Brent Spence Bridge is a double decker cantilever truss bridge that carries Interstates 71 and 75 across the Ohio River between Covington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio ... The top deck carries southbound traffic while the bottom deck carries northbound traffic ...

Famous quotes containing the word carries:

    She carries in the dishes,
    And lays them in a row.
    To an isle in the water
    With her would I go.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    No country is so peaceful as the one that leads into death. Life arches above one’s head like a bridgespan, and below it flows the water, carries the boat, takes it further.
    Alfred Döblin (1878–1957)

    No man will ever bring out of that office the reputation which carries him into it. The honeymoon would be as short in that case as in any other, and its moments of ecstasy would be ransomed by years of torment and hatred.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)