carney


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car·ney

 (kär′nē)
n. Informal
Variant of carny.

Carney

(ˈkɑːnɪ)
n
(Biography) Mark (Joseph). born 1965, Canadian banker; governor of the Bank of Canada (2008–2013); governor of the Bank of England from 2013

car•ny

or car•ney

(ˈkɑr ni)

n., pl. -nies or -neys.
1. a person employed by a carnival.
[1930–35; carn (ival) + -y2]

carney


Past participle: carneyed
Gerund: carneying

Imperative
carney
carney
Present
I carney
you carney
he/she/it carneys
we carney
you carney
they carney
Preterite
I carneyed
you carneyed
he/she/it carneyed
we carneyed
you carneyed
they carneyed
Present Continuous
I am carneying
you are carneying
he/she/it is carneying
we are carneying
you are carneying
they are carneying
Present Perfect
I have carneyed
you have carneyed
he/she/it has carneyed
we have carneyed
you have carneyed
they have carneyed
Past Continuous
I was carneying
you were carneying
he/she/it was carneying
we were carneying
you were carneying
they were carneying
Past Perfect
I had carneyed
you had carneyed
he/she/it had carneyed
we had carneyed
you had carneyed
they had carneyed
Future
I will carney
you will carney
he/she/it will carney
we will carney
you will carney
they will carney
Future Perfect
I will have carneyed
you will have carneyed
he/she/it will have carneyed
we will have carneyed
you will have carneyed
they will have carneyed
Future Continuous
I will be carneying
you will be carneying
he/she/it will be carneying
we will be carneying
you will be carneying
they will be carneying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been carneying
you have been carneying
he/she/it has been carneying
we have been carneying
you have been carneying
they have been carneying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been carneying
you will have been carneying
he/she/it will have been carneying
we will have been carneying
you will have been carneying
they will have been carneying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been carneying
you had been carneying
he/she/it had been carneying
we had been carneying
you had been carneying
they had been carneying
Conditional
I would carney
you would carney
he/she/it would carney
we would carney
you would carney
they would carney
Past Conditional
I would have carneyed
you would have carneyed
he/she/it would have carneyed
we would have carneyed
you would have carneyed
they would have carneyed
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This flag Sergeant Carney held in his hands as he sat on the platform, and when I turned to address the survivors of the coloured regiment who were present, and referred to Sergeant Carney, he rose, as if by instinct, and raised the flag.
ALSOP students began their term with a surprising inspirational letter from Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney.
As senior director/university architect, Carney will contribute significantly to the overall direction of Cornells architectural design, campus planning, landscape architecture and capital planning.
Owner Sean Carney said he's planning to relocate his shop to the Fry and Rankin Building, at Third and Main streets in Springfield, which is being renovated.
That is precisely how Angela and Dave Carney felt when their company, Carney Consultancy, won the SME Award at the Constructing Excellence in the North East Awards 2017.
MARK Carney should add a crystal ball to this year's Christmas list.
Governor Carney to stay till 2019 BANK of England governor Mark Carney has pledged to extend his term in office by one year, defying pro-Brexit campaigners demanding his resignation.
Mr Carney said he would stay in post until the end of June 2019 but has opted against serving a full eight-year term.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is leaning towards deciding to serve a full eight-year term, despite critics calling for him not to extend his time in charge of the British central bank, according to news reports.
David Carney, 22, held a grudge against his employers after he was sacked from the Domino's pizza shop on Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, last year.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, gives evidence to members of parliament on the Treasury Committee on the July 5 Financial Stability Report, in London, Britain in this still image taken from video on Tuesday.
BANK of England governor Mark Carney has signalled interest rates could be cut this summer to boost the economy after the Brexit vote.