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raise

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(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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Senator Ron Wyden, D-Ore., today released the following statement on the Trump administrations budget proposal to Congress: Oregonians raised hell last year when Trump tried to raise power bills for Pacific Northwesterners by selling off Bonneville Power, and yet his administration is back at it again.
"The world raised hell over the issue on the media but the Punjab government was not even aware of the matter.
It might not look like much of a rock star property from the outside - and it is certainly not a patch on the notorious Supernova Heights mansion that brother Noel and the Primrose Hill set raised hell at during the late Nineties, but this white cottage was where Liam Gallagher called home for four years.
A nationalist lawmaker has made clear his coalition, the Patriotic Front, will withdraw its support for the government unless Parliament overturns the President's veto on changes to Bulgaria's Electoral Code.Krasimir Karakachanov, who co-chairs the Front, has meanwhile told NOVA TV broadcaster President Rosen Plevneliev's decision to return the amendments to Parliament for consideration was a "populist move" and succumbed to "a campaign [organized] by 5-6 people who raised hell explaining how they represented Bulgarians abroad but did not represent anyone but themselves."Lawmakers are to vote on Wednesday on the veto which Plevneliev defended by saying the new legislation infringed on the constitution by making it difficult for some Bulgarian expats to vote.