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Carcas

(kär`kəs), in the Bible, king's chamberlain.
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The crash took place between Cabasse and CarcA?s in the Var, a department in the Provence-Alpes-CA te d'Azur region in southeastern France.
Enc Mayb McCr Finnig Cra Robe Hutch Ne Dunlo Carca Hodg Moye Ref BRECHIN Nelson 6, Fusco 5 (Crawford 73, 3), McLean 6, McLaughlan 5, Dunlop 6, Brady 6, McKenna 6 (King 82, 2), Molloy 6, Lester 5 (Carcary 68, 4), McManus 7, Hodge 6.
Betivi, Umflati, Scarta-scarta baba Harca, Cam scurti, Furati Cara crengile cu carca. Cu burti- La frati.
La Iglesia espanola es la cosa mas retrograda y mas carca que pueda existir en el mundo.
Amor el ar en sus pulgares to, saco vna fle de su puli carca, encaro al co, y diome vna flecha que el alma to y el coracon me do.
(3) Here, Dante's simile seems to anticipate the words of Peter, since the scene is followed by a voice from heaven saying "O navicella mia, coin mal se' carca!" (v.