How to use carry over in a sentence

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If your margin interest exceeds your investment income, you can carry over the excess until next year, she adds.
This medium bodied wine's mouth is filled with a carry over of the nose's raspberries and strawberries.
He hopes his team's newfound attitude will carry over to the season's remaining games.
The carbon establishment is betting on hydrogen because they think it will allow them to carry over their huge economic clout into the new era.
Yet, business people who try to carry over what they have learnt in commerce to running an economy will often get it wrong.
Staff at North Yorkshire County Council could arrange to carry over some of their annual leave to the next year.
The Marines began laying their own pontoon bridge to carry over their heaviest trucks.
I am hopeful that the foresightedness of the Office of Personnel Management will carry over into our other Federal safety-net health programs.
Alternatively, a transient seed bank may occur where there is no carry over of germinable seed from one season to the next.
You can mix socializers with competitors and hard-chargers with lollygaggers, but it'll be about as much fun as a long carry over quicksand.
Some aspects of one sound may be anticipated in a preceding sound and may carry over to the articulation of the following sound.
These ideas were largely a carry over from Edward Forbes in the late 1800's, who proposed the azoic hypothesis for the deep sea.
Tocqueville emphasizes how American habits carry over into politics much more so than the reverse.
The better I play, the more it will carry over to the World Cup.
I hope I can carry over this generosity to someone else who needs it.
The team is banking on the starters' postseason experience to carry over.
Secondary English speakers tend to carry over the intonation and phonetics of their mother tongue in English speech.
Yield strength can be improved through uniform increased cold working prior to annealing, which produces small grains that carry over into the annealed state.
The misestimation of time in a socially desirable direction seems to carry over to other activities as well, such as attendance at religious services and volunteering.
Wolves can carry over 30 roundworm species, though most roundworm infections appear benign, depending on the number of worms and the age of the host.
Examples from Classical Literature
And as few of them self-sow, it is necessary to plant and carry over every season.
The same principles should carry over into the intermediate, or preadolescence, age.
Thinking back to whatever that nuance was, I learned, and that will carry over to subsequent Olympics.
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