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car.

abbr.
carat
References in classic literature ?
The laughter rang louder; they clung to the gate, to the posts, rested on their staves, in the weakness engendered by their convulsions at the spectacle of Car.
With necessary slowness he picked his way through the passengers down to the steps at the front of the car.
Its car touched a clump of trees, and the black figure that had been struggling in the ropes fell back, or jumped back, into the car.
In half a dozen seconds the whole diffused population of the beach had, as it were, crystallised on the rope, and was pulling against the balloon under the vehement and stimulating directions of the man in the car.
The rope he tugged at was fastened to a stout-looking ring, four or five feet above the car.
Bert leapt lightly into a sitting position on the edge of the car.
Also he saw the boots of the lady and the right leg of the gentleman describing arcs through the air, preparatory to vanishing over the side of the car.
A tall, quietly dressed man, with reddish skin and clear gray eyes, was helped up into the car.
The second detective was assisted to clamber up into the car.
I was in too much of a hurry to get one, and I gave all my money to the man who drove the car.
At half-past eight, famished, tottering, I washed up, changed my clothes, and dragged my weary body to the car.