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- n. Plural form of carrick.
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And she was brought by sea in three carricks and a brigantine unto the harbour of Olone in Thalmondois.
At length they were seen, numbering forty large ships, denominated carricks; strong and handsome were they to behold -- each mast was adorned with rich standards and banners, and their tops filled with soldiers and missiles.
We all thought a couple of years ago signing just Carrick was a mistake and look what happened, al lot of players still doubt carricks good enough for our team (me included) but at the end of the day we are the club winning the trophies.