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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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In cylindrical packages the relation between the angular velocity of the yarn during unwinding [omega], the unwinding speed V and the package radius c at the lift-off point, where the yam lifts off from the package surface, is (Pracek, 2002):
When easyJet's new flight from Liverpool to Mahon in Spain lifts off on July 22, it will take its total routes from the city to 18.
That means the web never lifts off the winding drum as in typical splicing, so there is no loss of tension on the web during a roll change.