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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My threat produced an effect; the men halted, and Scragga stood still before us, his spear lifted.
Then I lifted my hand solemnly towards the sky, an example which Sir Henry and Good followed, and quoted a line or two from the "Ingoldsby Legends" at it in the most impressive tones that I could command.
We shall all perish in the dark," and animated by fear or fury, or by both, he lifted his spear and drove it with all his force at Sir Henry's breast.
2 : to rise from the ground <The balloon lifted into the sky.
Waiting two or three seconds to energize before the magnet reaches the material to be lifted will help to keep the heat down and actually increase the amount of material it picks up.
Solo Lift[TM] incorporates a trigger grip system that allows boxes to be lifted and carried easily and effectively using only one hand and minimal grip pressure.
A "no-lift" policy means that residents who need to be lifted off the ground are moved with a mechanical lift instead of by a staff member.
He returned to the 2002 Gay Games in Sydney to set records for the squat, the dead lift, and total pounds lifted.
The others came to our laboratories twice a week and lifted weights.
The operation called for each patrol boat to be loaded into a cradle, lifted to the deck of the ship and secured for transit.
He also lifted 300 pounds in the power clean event, where competitors lift the weight from the floor up to their collar bone.
Once your pelvis is lifted, slowly reverse the movement, rolling down through your spine one vertebra at a time while inhaling.