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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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"They would come to Carr for custom cabinet work and to Oregon Motorcoach Center for a leaky roof.
Carr said Bob and Terry Lee approached him about buying Oregon Motorcoach Center about six months ago, and he was named the center's general manager about five months ago.
"They have been in the RV industry for a long, long time, and Terry was ready to pass the baton on to somebody else, and she wanted it to be someone who was loyal to her and helped build Country Coach," Carr said.
Oregon Motorcoach Center has 14 employees - all formerly worked at Country Coach, Carr said.
Everett Charles Ford Miller, 41, president of Carr Miller Capital, and Ryan Jude Carr, 34, and Brian Patrick Carr, 39, cousins and employees of Carr Miller Capital, are named as defendants in New Jersey's nine-count complaint.
Trevor said: "I started work at Carrs in 1993 as an apprentice and thanks to a strong passion for cars, I have progressed to achieve the master technician status with VW.
Robert Eglintine, general sales manager of Carrs, said: "Trevor has dedicated a great deal of time and effort into ensuring our customers can benefit from a premier team of motoring professionals.
At Carrs we pride ourselves on the level of service that we offer."
Industry experts report that Carrs 14 food/drug combos, which range from 35,000 to 75,000 square feet, dominate the mass retail market in the nation's northernmost state.
What has become known as the Carr Family tradition began in 1850 with Hial C.
In the 1880s, Hial Carr's sons, Loammi and Samuel Carr, took over and the brothers managed a funeral parlor on the first floor of the Odd Fellows Hall on Cottage Street.
According to the family history, Morton Carr's son, Douglas S.