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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 Elevator industry report enables organizations to get a decent knowledge into every one of the exercises that are functioning admirably in the market.
She went to check on him and found Fletcher trapped behind the door to the elevator, which her in-laws had installed a few years earlier to accommodate their own elderly parents at the two-story home.
He and his team developed something called the "No Man Lift." It's a cost-saving solution that allows them to install a modular elevator - minus its interior - early in the construction process.
Simon said 28 passengers rode the service elevator.
He also ordered immediate repair of all out of order elevators in the hospital, which are reported to be dysfunctional.
'However at the same time DBKL will take preventive measures regarding elevator vandalism, which remains the biggest issue we face,' Khalid said, adding these measures include awareness and social programmes aimed at reducing vandalism.
The nation's fifth-largest conglomerate has since been running only one elevator to the observation deck.
It is pertinent to mention here that over Rs 5 million corruptions was alleged in the upgradation project of the National Assembly elevator on Tuesday.
The company that built MULTI hopes the elevator will help people move quickly through crowded buildings--even ones constructed in unusual shapes!
All six acquisitions completed within the last ten months provide elevator maintenance, repair and modernisation services and will enhance Oracle's position as an independent alternative to the Big Four elevator manufacturers.
"The number of high-rise buildings has tripled since 2000 as more and more people gravitate toward living or working in cities," says Rich Flussey, CEO of thyssenkrupp Elevator's Americas Business Unit.
Perry estimated that repairs to the first elevator's drive, its electronic core, will cost $30,000.