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Carr

(kar),
Francis H., early 20th-century British chemist. See: Carr-Price reaction.

carr

a fen-like, woodland terrain with sallow and alder, created where silt and peat are deposited on the edges of fresh water bodies. Carr woodland is often succeeded by oak woodland, but where there is heavy rainfall, such as in the Lake District, the normal succession is to RAISED BOG.
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His first moving client, Jenny Lamey, heard the story and offered to let Carr rest before he began work, but instead Carr went straight to moving.
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Carr, 50, founded Carr Industries, a custom cabinetry and countertops business in Veneta, in 2004, after he had worked for 23 years at Lee's company, Country Coach.
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A row broke out and Mr Carr was alleged to have punched Mr Lane.
Pardew and Carr have been at odds for months with disagreements over past and future signings.
The bosses of Channel 4, which airs Carr's popular comedy chat show 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man', have ordered a ban on any alcohol in the studio when the former footballer will record his experiences with the camp presenter, the Daily Star reports.
Carr was banned from contacting Mrs Tillotson or going to her Berry Brow home as part of his bail conditions.