uplift


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uplift

the process or result of land being raised to a higher level, as during a period of mountain building

uplift

1. The upward pressure on a structure due to the pressure of the water below.
2. The pressure acting on a material that tends to lift it off its supports or fasteners as a result of an external force (for example, wind) acting on it.
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Why is it then the case that the governor house still runs on the funds allotted to the socio-economic uplift of the tribal districts?
He was presiding over a meeting regarding Peshawar Uplift Programme here at Chief Minister' House.
Eleanor Boyd, who lives in Cambusnethan, said: "I think the PS25 uplift charge is scandalous.
"To save the cost of either a special uplift or hiring a van, financial constraints could force some people to look at extreme measures for disposing of their unwanted items."
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The 'A+' rating of the covered bonds is based on Co-op's Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) of 'B', an IDR uplift of two notches, a Payment Continuity Uplift (PCU) of six notches and the asset percentage (AP) Fitch relies upon at 77.5% (AP used in the asset coverage test published in the investor report), which provides more protection than the 'A+' breakeven AP of 92.5%.
DEERFIELD -- Mondelez International announced today it has taken a minority investment in Uplift Food, a U.S.-based early-stage startup focusing on prebiotic functional foods.
LAKKI MARWAT -- The district government has decided to initiate action against contractors for not launching work on uplift schemes despite getting work orders from the departments concerned.
Sixty-six-year-old Mr McEwan, OFTORBREX Road, told the Observer he had explained his problem to Stirling Council and had been assured something would be done to uplift the bins.