Lifted


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Lifted

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Having an offer taken in a stock, followed by the market maker raising the offer price.

Lifted

Having risen; often refers to a rise on a stock market index. For example, one may hear that stocks in industry A have "lifted" the market. This word is often used in journalism.
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"The fortune of war!" he said as he lifted the body and placed it on the bed in one corner of the room.
Monsieur Surville lifted his hands in polite remonstrance.
So I brought stones and piled them up till I could reach him; then I lifted him down, for he was very light, being but skin and bones.
"For a moment I stood thinking, then I lifted up my voice and howled like a wolf, and lo!
Twala turned and motioned to his son, who advanced with his spear lifted.
Sir Henry, Good, and Umbopa ranged themselves alongside of me, and lifted their rifles.
I have seen nothing but the writing-case lifted from my lap."
"Did you see the writing-case after it was lifted from your lap?"
Then she lifted both hands, with all the fingers and thumbs spread out, and cried:
Again there was a period of silence a silence so long and gloomy that when Mombi finally lifted the kettle from the fire it was close to midnight.
Anne gently unwound the arms that clung round her--gently lifted the head that lay helpless on her bosom.
As the Ghost rolled her side out of water, the boat was lifted snugly against her, and before the return roll came, we had heaved it in over the side and turned it bottom up on the deck.