Carat

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Carat, karat, karet or karot may refer to:

Jewelry making[edit]

  • Carat (mass), a unit of mass for gemstones, equal to 0.2 gram
  • Karat, a unit for measuring the fineness of gold

Aviation[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Media and advertising[edit]

People[edit]

  • Brinda Karat, Indian politician, Member of Parliament
  • Prakash Karat, Indian politician, General Secretary (2005-) of Communist Party of India (Marxist)
  • KARAT, a KGB code word for former FBI agent and convicted spy Robert Hanssen

Places[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Karat banana, a cultivated variety or group of cultivated varieties of banana found in the Pacific Islands
  • Karat, an early Agfa cartridge for 35 mm film
  • Kareth or Karet, a biblical punishment decreed by Heaven (from the Hebrew verb karat "to cut off")
  • Programme CARAT, Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training, annual held naval exercise of the armed forces the United States, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand
  • CARAT, Gesellschaft für Organisation und Softwareentwicklung mbH, is the market leader in Europe and worldwide among the leading software companies in the kitchen industry


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