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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 police sources said that two car lifters hired a
The police sources said that two car lifters hired a rented car from Rahimyar Khan on the pretext that they wanted to visit Bahawalpur city and took away the vehicle after giving some soft drink to the driver who after drinking it fell unconscious.
The police also seized weapons and a stolen vehicle from possession of the re-arrested alleged car lifters , they said.
He said altogether 148 men and women power lifters from Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Nauru, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Pakistan will display their talent and technique in both men and women championships.
You will become addicted to making these cute little lid lifter hotpads, some for you, some for family and some for friends.
CUMSA notes that the RF lifter is a good complement for its Double Rack (DR) and Cooled Rack (KR) lifters because it allows for accurate assembly and disassembly while leaving the ejector plates in place.
Diaz and Colonia, the country's top female and male lifters, will train in Fujian, China, for 71 days and return to Manila just a week before the opening of the Games on Aug.
Moreover, one car lifter was shot dead and other injured on Wednesday after a counter fight between the gang of car lifters and Risalpur police in the area of Nowshera Kalan.
Today, VanCour is still hitting the gym regularly—and he's launched an Indiegogo campaign to share WristSpotter with lifters around the globe.
LIFT SAFE, materials handling equipment and mobile work lifters specialist, reports it has lightened the load of Adept Power Solutions (APS) by supplying it with a bespoke lifter to move large industrial batteries.
The recent development in which 21 lifters tested positive for banned substances has once again shown that doping has virtually become an integral part of the sport in the country.
This resulted in Gold medals for welsh lifters Owen Hubbard from Merthyr and Sion Hughes from Anglesey.