Carrier

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Carrier may refer to:

Places[edit]

  • Carrier, Oklahoma, a town in Garfield County, Oklahoma, United States
  • The Carrier Dome, a multi-sport, domed athletic facility in Syracuse, New York, named for the Carrier Corporation

Ethnography[edit]

  • Carrier, the English name for the Dakelh, an indigenous First Nations people of British Columbia, Canada
  • Carrier language, the Athabaskan language of the Dakelh people

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictional entities[edit]

  • Helicarrier, a flying aircraft carrier from the Marvel Comics
  • The Carrier, the enormous living interdimensional spaceship home to the Authority, a team of comic superheroes

Films[edit]

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Commerce and communications[edit]

  • Carrier (bearer), a person who carries objects for others
  • Carrier, a telephone company that provides local, long distance or value added services
  • Carrier Corporation, the air conditioning and commercial refrigeration manufacturing division of United Technologies, named after its founder, Willis Carrier
  • Carrier pigeon, a dove trained to transport messages
  • Common carrier, an organization that transports a product or service using its facilities, or those of other carriers, and offers its services to the general public
  • Insurance carrier, a company selling insurance
  • Mail carrier, a postal worker
  • Wireless carrier, an organization that operates a wireless network for mobile phones

Military[edit]

Science, mathematics, and technology[edit]

Transportation[edit]

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