Did you by any chance mean carryover?
- n. the accumulated and undivided profits of a corporation after provision has been made for dividends and reserves
- n. application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation
“It's carry-over language that they are not amending.”
“Scanning through current offers, the advertised deals on 2010 and 2011 models are often similar, meaning it is truly up to the customer to negotiate a better price on those carry-over cars.”
“Bad dreams may also be due to sleep apnea, insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder or a carry-over from anxiety during the day.”
“CAIRO—An hourslong fight between Egyptian security officers and protesters left at least two people dead and 222 injured, as a carry-over from pre-election riots showed that smoothly run elections haven't absorbed all public anger against continued military rule.”
“Wilson, another carry-over from Edsall's Connecticut staff, will lead Maryland's strength and conditioning program.”
“Second, the opposite of the step-up basis rule was the short-lived carry-over basis rule enacted years ago.”
“It's also good to see Linus Roache return as Bureau Chief Mike Cutler, a carry-over from the final Law & Order team that deserved more time to close shop properly on the still-revered mothership.”
“Then there are carry-over genres from previous media which were largely male-oriented: sci-fi, fantasy (D&D - more girls probably play games today than tabletop), sports.”
“There appears to be much carry-over with the new Civic, with familiar shapes and powertrains, but the company is poised to maintain its position as a popular small car.”
“Backup Jets quarterback Mark Brunell, who starred with the Jaguars in the 1990s, said games like the one Sanchez had Sunday have a physical carry-over.”
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