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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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The AAOS offers a free "Lift It Safe" brochure with information about back pain risk and prevention and guidelines for proper lifting.
To learn more about the full line of vehicle lifts and lifting accessories available from Rotary Lift, stop by the Rotary Lift booth (#2519S) at the NADA Expo, visit www.
The MW-200 is capable of lifting a broad range of wheels and tires to a raised vehicle's height.
The coaches must make sure to account for their lifting sessions in the summer camp and in-season calendar.
Remember to emphasize these points with employees if they need to perform any heavy lifting at your facility:
We had to determine the tank's actual weight and check out the vehicle's lifting points prior to loading.
Lifting free weights, Guillen said, gives her the satisfaction of tired muscles and the knowledge that she's worked herself hard - unlike weight machines that can provide a little too much assist for her taste.
The team's research revealed two key reasons nurse aides were leaving long-term care: (1) back injuries as a result of lifting and transferring residents, and (2) a general lack of respect from their supervisors for their work.
When Cassie Clark was 11, she wanted to try lifting weights.
Regular sutures or threads are placed under the skin to do the lifting without cutting.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- For the Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority, the new Rotary Lift MOD35 modular heavy-duty inground lift provides more than just best-in-class lifting capacity and ease of use.
Most healthcare facilities have patient lifts available to assist staff members during the process of lifting, transferring or repositioning patients.