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  • n  the fare charged for riding a bus or streetcar

  • From a dozen women's schools she picked 13 girls, invited them to Manhattan, gave them lunch and carfare but no salary, let them publish an issue of Mademoiselle under the .
  • Though brokers moaned that expenses were so high they could hardly earn their carfare, the nation's biggest brokerage house last week turned in a rosy annual report.
  • Retroactive payments, amounting to thousands of dollars, will go to statehouse employees, some earning as much as $13,000 a year, for carfare and lunches.

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