carter

[ UK /kˈɑːtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈkɑɹtɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone whose work is driving carts
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How To Use carter In A Sentence

  • Officially, Carter resigned, but everyone knows he was fired.
  • Our mercenaries (Blackwater and Haliburton and their minion) will still be on the ground, interfering with the new government whenever it drifts from the preordained path carved out by the American government since The Carter Doctrine. CNN Poll: Americans overwhelming support moving US combat troops out of Iraqi cities
  • The Hill's liberals will count it a successful session if they can scratch up a billion or so out of the defense budget, add in the money freed up if, as expected, Carter's counter-inflationary "real-wage insurance" plan is defeated, and then spread the dividends among the hardest-hit programs. The Politics of Austerity
  • ‘Their faces were white and they were very condemnatory of our lack of objectivity and fairness,’ Mr. Carter said.
  • He saw his side lose eight wickets for 61 before he found some support from the ageless Bill Carter who helped add 25 for the ninth wicket until Webster hit a return catch to Evans and fell for 58.
  • As John Carter has observed, such attempts at definition are a favourite game among bibliophiles.
  • There was a loose thread on one of Carter's shirt buttons.
  • Left without an assignment for about a month or more, Carter was tempted to turn in his greens.
  • The Carter team feared that the remark and the attitude it conveyed would be an open invitation to execute Kim.
  • In foreign policy the Carter administration had a mixed record.
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