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Lift

An increase in securities prices, as shown by some economic indicator.

Lift

1. An increase in price.

2. An increase in the measure of some economic indicator.

3. See: Uptick.
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With the benefit of the Lift Off grant we are well positioned to take advantage of these important commercial opportunities.
The grants and support we have received from Lift Off mean we can go further, investing in five-axis equipment which will allow us to do some things better than we could before, and other things that we weren't able to tackle.
All episodes were filmed, directed, and edited by Jaime Gonzalez of Lift Off Pictures.
Since the Lift Off programme was launched in 2002, the scheme has enabled more than 140 companies to benefit from business improvements initiatives and helped secure more than 600 jobs.
The Lift Off initiative, led by the Manufacturing Advisory Service, will provide grants and consultancy support to modernise and diversify.
Spray the spot immediately from eight inches away and lift off.
This sentiment isn't necessarily what we would like to see from a contrarian standpoint, but the eight "hold" or worse ratings could easily become "buy" or better, which could help the stock lift off.
Navy Captain, Christopher Cassidy recently congratulated more than 600 elementary and middle students in Saco, Maine, for completing a national literacy program challenge, Lift Off to Literacy, sponsored by the International Reading Association.
The big booster, which stands nearly 24 stories tall (71 meters), was successfully lift off from Space Launch Complex-6 at 1:10 p.
High precision tooling maker Burcas is aiming to increase its involvement in the latest round of aerospace projects after receiving help from the Lift Off programme.
2 -- color) Shelly McNitt, left, and Heather Sirex, both 11, watch their hot-air balloon lift off during Super Science Saturday.