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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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The acclaimed poet Jim Ferris, over from the US, will join us for more talk, surely a raised glass, and a definite relishing of words.
A bright orange vaulted ceiling with a raised glass roof brings colour to the otherwise green room and footsteps echo across the hall making it easy to imagine the noise of splashing water and children laughing as they learn to swim.
If you've ever savored a glass of great Chateauneuf-du-Pape, chances are good you've also dreamily traced your fingers over the raised glass of the embossed papal crest on the bottle.
But his vibrant arrival in Birmingham yesterday deserved a raised glass and the city's best wishes for his time here.
Presenting a CGI artist's impression of the finished hotel, with the corner of the building with a raised glass frontage, a planning officer said: "Essentially, they're trying to redefine the building.
The four-tiered, square, strawberry-filled wedding cake, decorated with cascading lavender roses, was a focal point The cake was displayed on a silver plateau that rested on a custom raised glass top with lavender and ivory roses below.
East of the Sun is my raised glass to these women: to their friendships, their naivety, to the men they loved, to the work they did, and for the price they paid in loving India.