RAISE


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raise

[rāz]
(mining engineering)
A shaftlike mine opening, driven upward from a level to connect with a level above, or to the surface.

RAISE

Rigorous Approach to Industrial Software Engineering
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8 : to give life to : arouse <The children made enough noise to raise the dead.
In November, voters in six states approved raises in their states' minimum wage.
From an investment perspective, one way to do that is to raise the return on capital.
With online ticket buying, a ticket seller can call their friends and relatives on the other side of the country and quickly raise money for their cause.
In 2004, voters in Nevada and Florida approved ballot initiatives to raise the minimum wage to $6.
I worry that my health won't allow me to keep this up, but that there is no one else who can do what I am doing from day to day to help raise this grandchild.
When we raise $2000, we have enough money to provide five years of treatment for a person.
One important unresolved issue is whether interest groups or other nonparty organizations, such as the tax-advantaged political committees organized under Section 527 of the Internal Revenue Code, will be able to raise and spend large sums of unregulated money on campaign activities benefiting federal candidates.
Lynn noted that Sheldon, in the TVC missive, claims he wants to raise $12.
There are several types of direct offerings under various regulations, including offerings within one state that allow a company to raise up to $1 million, and nationwide offerings that allow a company to raise up to $10 million.