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lift

Sports medicine
noun The raising of an extremity.

Vox populi-UK
noun Elevator.

LIFT

Abbreviation for:
Late Intervention Following Thrombolysis
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lift

(lift)
1. To raise or elevate.
2. The act of lifting.
3. A device for lifting.
[O.E., lypta]

lift

(lift)
1. To raise or elevate.
2. A material used to equalize the length of a shortened side of the body with the unshortened, normal, side, as on a shoe. Synonym: wedge (3)
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The maximum lifting height of the lift system shall be programmable to the height specifications as requested by user.
These included 11 of dacoity, 350 of robbery, 70 of car-lifting, 13 of motorcycle-snatching, 746 of motorcycle-lifting, 48 of other vehicle lifting and 557 of burglary, while 16 cases were registered under 382 of the PPC.
The one clutch design (inset) redirects force distribution opposite of existing lifting systems, and eliminates the need to switch between 4/5- and 8/10-ton clutches.
Alliance, Ohio-based Winkle Industries is a full-service manufacturer specializing in engineered components for industrial lifting and material handling equipment.
A collateral advantage of the 2-1-2 practice schedule is that a moderate lifting session can be inserted on the single practice days.
So he counters the balloon cluster's lifting force by wearing ballast.
It removes the need for the strain of 'under box' lifting and reduces the likelihood of a slip, trip or fall brought about by the obscured view of carrying a box.
Oliver later extended her training to others who do any type of lifting around the facility.
In the world of power lifting there are four primary international organizations.
Many women think they can build muscles by lifting soup cans.
This handling technology features a gripper to pick up castings and is designed to replace a manual labor and fork truck foundry jobs such as sorting and removing hot castings from shakeout and lifting them to new locations.
Cheryl Haworth has picked up a few words of Chinese that could help her communicate with her top competition in weight lifting at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia.