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Carey, OH -- U.S. village in Ohio
Population (2000): 3901
Housing Units (2000): 1607
Land area (2000): 1.972642 sq. miles (5.109119 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.007002 sq. miles (0.018135 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.979644 sq. miles (5.127254 sq. km)
FIPS code: 12112
Located within: Ohio (OH), FIPS 39
Location: 40.951978 N, 83.381673 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 43316
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Carey, ID -- U.S. city in Idaho
Population (2000): 513
Housing Units (2000): 187
Land area (2000): 3.351540 sq. miles (8.680449 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.002316 sq. miles (0.005998 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.353856 sq. miles (8.686447 sq. km)
FIPS code: 12790
Located within: Idaho (ID), FIPS 16
Location: 43.309319 N, 113.945293 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 83320
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Carey (song)

"Carey" is a song from the 1971 Joni Mitchell album Blue. It was inspired by her time with a cave-dwelling hippie community in the village of Matala, on the Greek island of Crete.

Carey (surname)

Carey is a surname arising from at least nine distinct patronymics in Ireland, and is numerous and widespread; the many original forms have been listed by the National Folklore Collection of Ireland in 2015, increasing the number of variants quoted by the Registrar General of Ireland in 1890. To list here a few: some forms contain the Old Irish adjective 'ciar'- 'black/dark', of which Ó Ciardha ( County Kildare, County Westmeath & 'many parts of the south of Ireland'), Ó Ciaráin ( County Cork), Ó Céirín, ( County Kerry, County Clare, County Mayo), Ó Cearáin ( County Mayo), Mac Giolla Céire ( County Cork, County Kilkenny) and Ó Ciarmhacháin ( County Cork); also from the County Galway and County Meath surname Mac Fhiachra, through its early phonetic anglicisations of Keighry, Kehery & c.; and from Ó Carráin/Ó Corráin ( County Tipperary), with the Irish root 'carra/corra'- 'spear'; and MacFhearadhaigh (MacCarry/MacCary), root 'fear'-'man', of County Antrim. Secondly, it may derive from the English West Country, viz. Castle Cary on the River Cary in Somerset and/or Carey Barton on the River Carey in Devon, containing either the Pre-Celtic element 'kar'- 'stony/hard' (Watts, 2004), or the Celtic language element 'car' 'dear/pleasant' (Hanks, 2003); Thirdly, Carey occurs as an occasional variant of (de) Carrey in archives in Normandy, Burgundy, Franche-Comté etc., in France from habitational names, possibly with the Pre-Celtic element 'car'-'stony/stones'; Fourthly, Carew, Pembrokeshire, from Welsh language 'Caeriw'- with the Celtic root 'caer'- 'fort', or from places in Cornwall, perhaps with the cognate Cornish element 'ker', or the Pre-Celtic element 'car'- 'stony/stones' as in Carey Tor, Bodmin Moor.

The Irish provenance of Carey, through emigration, is not only particularly evident in the USA and Australia, but also in Great Britain. The first two entries under 'Carey' in the 'Dictionary of American Family Names' (Oxford, 2003) gives Irish origins; the New York Passengers List (1820–1957) show 2,058 Carey immigrants from Ireland compared with 345 from England. Current British telephone directories show highest numbers of Careys located in areas of Irish immigration: Greater London (320), Greater Manchester & Lancashire (272), Kent (163), West Yorkshire (145) and West Midlands (145).

Usage examples of "carey".

Sleepy Lagoon murder case, and the efforts of Anglos like Carey McWilliams and Alice Greenfield to champion Mexican causes.

And thanks to my new writing friends, the Hudson Valley RWA women, who provided much help and encouragement: Terri Hall, Kathy Attalla, Renee Simons, Karen Drogin, Claire Ruane, Bette LaGow, Blair Lavey, Liz Matis, Jeannie Miraglia, Janet Walters, Paula Keller, Elaine Lindenblatt, Grace Bizzarro, Georgia Carey, Nancy Hajeski, Karen Larsen, Helen Grishman, Jennifer Probst, Mildred Lubke, Sunny Hogg.

Carey does not take into account the fact that the total amount of breadstuffs exported from any country must be an exceedingly small fraction of the whole amount taken from the soil, and scarcely appreciable as a source of manure, even if it were practically utilized in that way.

By the luck of the draw, he had gotten stuck with the job of defending the most hated man in Minneapolis, if not the entire state: a drifter named Karl Dahl, accused of the most heinous murders Carey had encountered in her career.

And as she picked up the phone to call the district, she imagined Antwon already heading down Mosher toward Carey Street.

According to Captain Elijah Carey, who was in the thick of it, Santini advised Mister Watson that the State of Florida would not give preemption papers to any citizen who had not paid his debts to society, said Watson better look out for his own business.

Watson, assisted by his aforementioned associate Elijah Carey, and a plume hunter and moonshiner named Ed. Brewer.

Watson, assisted by his aforementioned associate Elijah Carey, and a plume hunter and moonshiner named Ed.

Chevelier wanted some company, and to make sure he got it, he told Carey his high hopes about Calusa treasure.

Key West records, there is little to be learned about Captain Carey, but Brewer turns up in Florida frontier literature as early as 1892, in an account of a journey up the Calusa Hatchee from Ft.

Lissen, I got me up to York some ten and twelve-pounder rifles, breechloaders all of 'em and fitted with the friction-spring primers that Carey and Dan Smith dreamed up, too.

Carey had suggested a nightcap in the Belvedere Lounge, but Myra replied that if she heard the band play "Arrivederci Roma" one more time, she'd swear off spaghetti forever.

She paused as the next batter blooped to right field and brought Carey home.

An appreciative nod goes to my cowriters, Susan Wright, Diane Carey, Keith R.

She entered the crowded chamber, pushing in beside Dayna and crouching for a closer look at Carey, checking his torso, looking for a wound to cause the bright frothy blood she saw.