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CARTCartridge
CARTChampionship Auto Racing Teams
CARTCMM (Capability Maturity Model) Application Rating Team
CARTClassification And Regression Tree
CARTCocaine- and Amphetamine-Regulated Transcript
CARTCloud and Radiation Testbed
CARTCenter for Advanced Research and Technology
CARTCommunication Access Real-time Translation (Speech Source, Inc. captioning system)
CARTCounty Animal Response Team (Maine, USA)
CARTChild Abduction Response Team
CARTCenter for Autism Research and Treatment (UCLA)
CARTComputer Analysis and Response Team
cartCartographe (French)
CARTCenter for Applied Rehabilitation Technology
CARTCertified Anger Resolution Therapist
CARTCoalition for the Advancement of Regional Transportation
CARTCleveland Area Rapid Transit (Norman, Oklahoma)
CARTCommittee-Appointed Review Team
CARTCenter of Automotive Research and Technology (Karlsruhe, Germany)
CARTComputer Architecture and Technology Laboratory (Department of Computer Sciences; University of Texas at Austin)
CARTCargo Afloat Rig Team
CARTCredit Appraisal and Rating Tool
CARTCentral Automatic Reliability Tester
CARTComputer-Assisted Real Time Services
CARTCentral Automated Replenishment Technique
CARTConservation, Amenity and Recreation Trusts
CARTCommand Assessment of Readiness & Training
CARTControl and Alert Reporting Terminal
CARTComputerized Automatic Rating Technique
CARTCollection and Analysis Reporting Terminal
CARTCommander's Assessment of Readiness and Training (US Navy)
CARTCorporate Access Rates and Tariff System
CARTConformal Array Technology
CARTCompact Array Radio-ocationTechninique
CARTCritical Asset Review Team
CARTCondition of Assembly at Release & Transfer
CARTCritical Accident Response Team
References in classic literature ?
It would seem to be always the same question, for, it is always followed by a press of people towards the third cart.
Cardenio hung the buckler on one side of the bow of Rocinante's saddle and the basin on the other, and by signs commanded Sancho to mount his ass and take Rocinante's bridle, and at each side of the cart he placed two officers with their muskets; but before the cart was put in motion, out came the landlady and her daughter and Maritornes to bid Don Quixote farewell, pretending to weep with grief at his misfortune; and to them Don Quixote said:
Could you sell me your meat, your cart, your mare, and your good-will, without loss, for five marks?
I took care to have the cart there and then, drove it off down the road, and, leaving it in charge of my wife and servant, rushed into my house and packed a few valuables, such plate as we had, and so forth.
She set out walking again; but this day she was fortunate, for she was soon overtaken by a carrier's cart which carried her to Hinckley, and by the help of a return chaise, with a drunken postilion--who frightened her by driving like Jehu the son of Nimshi, and shouting hilarious remarks at her, twisting himself backwards on his saddle--she was before night in the heart of woody Warwickshire: but still almost a hundred miles from Windsor, they told her.
Instantly I stepped out into the street, picked up the box, and replaced it in the cart: in the next moment the bicycle had spun round the corner, passed the cart without let or hindrance, and soon vanished in the distance, in a cloud of dust.
Throw the hay into the cart,” said Edwards, “or they will suspect how it has been done.
The hillman drew back to the cart and whispered something to the curtain.
The carter was forced at last to leave his cart behind him, and to go home overflowing with rage and vexation.
Bide here a bit, and the cart will soon come, no doubt," said Mrs Durbeyfield.
The very porters seemed to expect me, and my luggage was in the cart before I had given up my ticket.
There, as he rambled along the sunlit road, he met a lusty young butcher driving a fine mare and riding in a stout new cart, all hung about with meat.