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elevate

[′el·ə‚vāt]
(engineering)
To increase the angle of elevation of a gun, launcher, optical instrument, or the like.
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Elevate OR (Oil Resistant) is suited for any wet, oily or slippery area within the industrial space.
Icemaker Installation: Justin Davis, Elevate Living
Starting this week, Virgin America Elevate members can sign up for MOGL with their Elevate account number to earn 10 % cash back on every bill from a partner restaurant that will automatically be exchanged for Elevate points each month, at a rate of 30 points per USD 1 cash-back.
The company plans to use the funds to step up its expansion in the Chicago market with the launch of its new product range, including includes Elevate wall and Elevate glass, as well as Elevate indoor and outdoor interactive digital displays available in a series of big customisable formats.
In addition members of Marriott Rewards are able to convert their Marriott Rewards points into elevate points at a scaling exchange rate, depending on the number of points they have.
The EQT team found that ELEVATE, which offers customized programs to improve social, environmental and business performance in its customers supply chains, was benefitting from global challenges and megatrends such as increased environmental regulations and urbanization.
Elevate ROI is currently focused on select Class A and B engagements in primary markets in Texas and Oklahoma.
29 April 2016 - Los Angeles, California-based legal service provider Elevate Services has acquired California-based legal technology company OnRamp Systems Inc.
Virgin America has announces a suite of enhancements to its Elevate frequent flyer program that promise to make travel even more rewarding for the airline's most loyal guests.
The bone is then removed with a small drill or curette until enough space is again made to elevate more skin toward the annulus.