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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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He said Lingdale Lift Off was now in its fifth year and aimed to improve the look of the village.
Commander Lee Archambault and his six crewmates are now scheduled to lift off to the International Space Station at 9:20 p.
To release the tension on the fingers, pry off the four-legged friction cap and pull the lift off the ball stud.
The objective of the Lift Off programme delivered through Advantage West Midlands is to ensure that the region maintains a sustainable and world-class aerospace industry, meeting current demands while at the same time capitalising on the upturn in the market.
But thanks to pounds 30,000 of financial support and advice from Lift Off, the firm is investing in the latest five-axis machining equipment and looking to fight back by expanding its work in Formula One, defence and rail markets.
White Rain or Aqua Net in an aerosol form sprayed from eight inches away, will lift off a spot.
He waited until the last possible moment before radioing Collins and her crew and telling them they would not be able to lift off with the world's most powerful X-ray telescope.
Library Video Network (LVN) has announced the release of Lift Off to the Library.
Lift Off Rocket: Lift Off Rocket includes 2 astronauts, space dog, alien, dune buggy and moon crater.
THE second Liverpool Lift Off Film Festival takes place next month.
Lift off was on schedule at 2:06am UTC, starting a week long flight to the International Space Station (ISS) for HTV-3 (KOUNOTORI3), delivering thousands of pounds of internal and external cargo to the Orbital Outpost.