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Synonyms for carry-over

application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation

the accumulated and undivided profits of a corporation after provision has been made for dividends and reserves

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Consider revisiting 'sturdy reliables' such as defensive blue chip plays, and stocks with promising carry-over stories in 2019 (telco, energy, conglomerates)."
For a couple who have filed a joint return for many years, there could be several types of carry-overs coming into the year in which one spouse dies.
Officials are hoping the weather turns out better than forecast to avoid any carry-overs.
In addition, payment carry-overs from 2013 and the need for banking sector recapitalisations this year will weigh on the fiscal balance and increase the government's borrowing requirements.
Both V-6s are carry-overs, from eight years ago at the last redesign.
It applies to all gifts that would otherwise fall under the special 30% limitation for that year, including carry-overs subject to the special 30% limitation.
The 2013 list includes six carry-overs from 2012, though nations like the Bahamas, Chile, Serbia and Argentina fell off for declining in environmental protection.
I always reconsider the list of carry-overs from the past week.
With some of the answers you will need to think outside the box and use carry-overs. For example, 236 + 236 = 472.
Getting married for a second time often places more demands on people, as they have carry-overs of memories, habits and expectations from their first marriage.