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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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Lifter has a semidwarf growth habit and has the dominant allele (Al) for normal leaf morphology.
I made a picking bracket for them that bolted right onto the side of the picking frame for the Tri Lifter," said Ingersoll.
Bissell will support the Spot Lifter with $2 million in initial advertising.
Because the lifter pauses at the shoulders, he's in a better position to lift heavier weights in the clean-and-jerk.
Indeed, a Michigan survey using such a questionnaire identified addiction in 57 percent of weight lifters who took steroids, according to results presented at the psychiatric meeting.
If the lifter is "proud" with sharp edges, it can peel up plastic, leaving flakes in the tool that will create defects in the next part.
The concrete road barrier lifter can be operated in conjunction with excavators, backhoes, forklifts, cranes or knuckle booms, and Vacuworx points to its wireless controller operation as a feature that allows for fewer laborers on the ground.
The inventor of the Portable Toilet Seat Lifter has developed a prototype that has been utilized with success.
Lifter of Spencer; a daughter, Deborah Mulcahy & her husband Thomas of Auburn; 3 grandaughters, Tara, Shauna & Caelyn; 3 great grandchildren, Amelia, Ethan & Ian.
The 21-stone lifter was born in Cardiff to an Amercian mother and Iranian father.
11 -- VPFL4 Vacuum Lifter, below-the-hook vacuum lifter, launched by Anver, is designed for handling heavy pipe or tube from the top, in and out of containers, without using slings or hooks.
Vacuworx International has announced the new MC3 "mini" lifter vacuum system with a dry tool weight of 900 lbs.