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char·coal

(char'kōl),
Carbon obtained by heating or burning wood with restricted access of air.
Synonym(s): carbo

carbo

(kär′bō)
n. pl. car·bos Informal
A carbohydrate.
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It came to light after the attorney whose name she was using got a summons from the city of Draper, where Carbo was representing a client.
Beginning in 1978 as a division of The Carborundum Company, CARBO Ceramics has practiced those traits to become the leading supplier of ceramic media; first to the oil and gas industry and then, to the foundry industry as well.
Rice Krispies 370cals energy 85g carbo 6g protein 1.
In 1965, Carbo was drafted above Johnny Bench by the Cincinnati Reds.
Henry Lerma, 48, of West Covina had never met Carbo before, but they commiserated over Piazza anyway in the stadium parking lot for more than a half hour.
CANNED SUGAR: Lucozade Energy: 18% sugar Purdey's Gold High Energy 18% Carbo Cooler 16% High Carb 13% Mars 13% Nutrament 12.
The Complaint alleges Carbo and certain of its officers and directors violated the federal securities laws.
Carbo also will be at the new location of Jocks and Jills Collectibles, 138 Green St.
Johnson & Weaver, LLP's investigation focuses on whether certain officers and directors of Carbo Ceramics issued improper financial statements that failed to disclose the company was experiencing a dramatic decline in proppant sales in the Haynesville region and was experiencing significant logistical problems.
WORCESTER - Bernie Carbo knows all too well how bad choices can ruin lives.