half carry

half carry

[′haf ‚kar·ē]
(computer science)
A flag used in the central processing unit of some computers to indicate that a carry has occurred from the low-order N bits of a 2 N-bit number to the high-order N bits.
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For a time she ran with him but at the last flight of stairs he had to seize and half drag, half carry her to his wife.
It took TWO local guides to half carry me up after my legs turned to jelly.
8220;But until now its benefits haven't been easily accessible to all participants, because nearly half carry iPhones.
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The company says the store carries more than 6,000 health and beauty products, of which more than half carry Boots' own brands.
More than half carry over into the second year after stocking.
Of all the shirts being bought by supporters, an amazing half carry the name of the ex-England international.
Fully 83% of business fliers now carry their mobile phones in flight, while about half carry a laptop computer.
A couple of lively set pieces in the second half carry a charge, mainly due to Lalo Schifrin's compulsive theme tune.