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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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''Commander Lee Archambault and his six crewmates are now scheduled to lift off to the International Space Station at 9:20 p.m.
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.
"These poems are not flights;/they do not lift off with a back-bending arch/of a high dive or a victory,/nor do they fall like summer rain/in an ecstatic rage/without touching the earth...."
"She was buoyant, not just in herself; she seemed to make the whole room lift off." "Miss Martinet," as she was known to her young ballet students, began teaching at the Joffrey School in New York after she retired from the stage in 1965 as a principal with The Joffrey Ballet.
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.
THE second Liverpool Lift Off Film Festival takes place next month.
He noted that the team used several equipment and large machinery, belonging to the Council of Minister's violation elimination committee, to lift off the debris to the coast as the Coast Guard Center that belongs to the Interior Ministry helped in facilitating the completion of the operation as well.
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.