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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 lift system shall be totally open floor design with no obstructions between lifting platforms and no crossbeams either in the front or the rear of the platforms.
PDO threads are now being used from face and body contouring, lifting, skin tightening, to wrinkles.
According to the details, owing to the alleged negligence of the lift operator six years old girl fell off the lift when the operator Hameed son of Saeed resident of Ghari started them lifting off when the two minors had not properly settled.
During the first nine months of 2017 (till September 30, 2017), over 8,886 cases of crime against property, such as dacoity, robbery, car-snatching, car-lifting, motorcycle-snatching, motorcycle -lifting, other vehicle snatching, other vehicle lifting and burglary have been registered with different police stations of Lahore.
The unit has a capacity per lifting tower of 123 to 738 tons, with a lifting height between 19.7 and 65.6 feet and up to 5% side load capacity (depending on model and lifting height).
This information arrives at an opportune and crucial time for many warehouse supervisors, work crew leaders and anyone else involved with aerial lifts, aerial work platforms (AWPs), boom lifts and other similar lifting equipment.
MAHA's recently developed low-profile columns have now extended the equipment's lifting capabilities to include mine locomotives as well.
Building on its signature precast/prestressed lifting hardware innovation, Rapid Lift, Meadow Burke unveiled the Burke Lift system at the 2013 PCI Convention last month in Dallas.
With a 32-ton rated capacity, a four-column MAHA mobile lifting system can lift most, if not all locomotives used by the mining industry.
Manual lifting; a guide to the study of simple and complex lifting tasks.
These injuries are often triggered when workers are in the process of lifting and moving residents.
When mechanically lifting people, staff must be aware of the risks to the patients and ensure their safety, comfort, and dignity.