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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.

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The BAR, an attached agency of the Department of Agriculture (DA), said goat raisers could improve their herd's breed through natural breeding by using artificial insemination (AI).
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Corporal Charles "Chuck" Lindberg, one of the raisers of the first flag on Iwo Jima, remains the last living flag-raiser of either the first or second raising.
The puppies are born at the Guide Dog kennels and placed in the homes of volunteer puppy raisers when they are about 2 months old.
Charitable fund raisers who deliberately misrepresent the actual amounts of money that will go to the beneficiaries may be prosecuted for consumer fraud.
Therefore, to make informed decisions about donating their vehicles, taxpayers should be aware of how vehicle donation programs operate, the role of fund- raisers and charities in the vehicle donation process, and IRS rules and regulations regarding allowable tax deductions.
A total of 270 parent stock gilts and 20 parent stock boars were distributed to 31 hog raisers associations in the province, and some local government units (LGUs).
Raisers teach puppies basic commands, such as sit, stay and lay down.
The point is that homegrown fund raisers have been around a long time and are to be blessed for their enthusiasm and devotion to the cause.