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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 UAE lifter may possibly be the only one from the Gulf countries in London," Al Awazi added.
At the event, Ali Reza Rafiqzada, lifted 410 kilogrammes and broke the world record -- previously held by a Polish lifter who lifted 407 kg in 2011.
The huge star lifters, used by the US Air Force and Army to transport troops and heavy loads, have been flying in and out of the BIAI on a regular basis over the past few days.
Last year, Egyptian Magad Salama resigned as national coach citing doping among senior lifters.
The MC3 is said to be a groundbreaking new fully self-contained lifter designed with the underground utility contractor in mind.
Japanese lifters, in particular, had taken into account cuts of 5-10 per cent,' said one source at a Japanese lifter.
During the pec fly and pullover with a machine, lifters bend back and forth at their waist.
Taiwanese lifter Lu Ying-chi was cheered on by cries of "Go
Light sour Murban crude, the UAE's biggest stream, coming from several onshore fields, is not affected by maintenance and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) will supply full contracted volumes for December, as next month, lifters and traders said.
Power lifters and wrestlers have been able to request exemptions for drugs taken to treat medical problems, says Rob Smitherman, sports manager for the Chicago Gay Games.
Fleet Marines should start receiving the first of 156 new marinized heavy lifters, to be called the CH-53K, in 2015--which is none too soon for the program manager, Marine Col.
0700 Series diverter valve makes it possible to operate cart lifters on collection vehicles without reducing the speed of the vehicle's packer panel or the amount of refuse packed per load