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LIFTLocal Improvement Finance Trust (UK)
LIFTLondon International Festival of Theatre
LIFTLaser Induced Forward Transfer (optoelectronics)
LIFTLinking the Interests of Families and Teachers (education)
LIFTLinear Filtering Technology
LIFTLeadership in Faculty Teaching
LIFTLocal Infrastructure Financing Tool (Washington)
LIFTLinking Innovation Finance and Technology (CORDIS, Europe)
LIFTLidars in Flat Terrain (experiment)
LIFTLead-In Fighter Training
LIFTLiving in Faith Together
LIFTLower Interest for Timeliness (finance)
LIFTLiving Information for Today
LIFTLift Rural Development Welfare Society (est. 2003; India)
LIFTLiterature Is for Thinking
LIFTLiberalis Fiatalok Tarsasaga (Hungarian: Liberal Youth Society)
LIFTLola Isroff Fund for Teens
LIFTLine Interactive Ferro Topology (CATV)
LIFTLeadership in Fitness Training
LIFTLymphocyte Immunofluorescence Test
LIFTLearning Is Fun Time (Woodgrove Primary School Singapore)
LIFTLive Inspired for Today (t-shirt brand)
LIFTLearn It For the Future
LIFTLateral Ignition and Flamespread Test
LIFTLinking Individuals and Families in Transition
References in classic literature ?
Its function is to shunt the lift out of the gas, and this it will do without watching.
Under-powered craft, we are told, can ascend to the limit of their lift, mail-packets to look out for them accordingly; the lower lanes westward are pitting very badly, "with frequent blow-outs, vortices, laterals, etc.
Flambeau, quite bewildered with this fanaticism, could not refrain from asking Miss Pauline (with direct French logic) why a pair of spectacles was a more morbid sign of weakness than a lift, and why, if science might help us in the one effort, it might not help us in the other.
Father Brown found Flambeau and some six other people standing round the enclosed space into which the lift commonly descended.
The second girl handed him the sword, but though he tried with all his strength he could not lift it.
Many of the men were able, in this manner, to lift four or five hundred pounds, while some succeeded with as high as six hundred.
They didn't lift that last sack," Kearns protested.
And it was the nixt mornin', sure, jist as I was making up me mind whither it wouldn't be the purlite thing to sind a bit o' writin' to the widdy by way of a love-litter, when up com'd the delivery servant wid an illigant card, and he tould me that the name on it (for I niver could rade the copperplate printin on account of being lift handed) was all about Mounseer, the Count, A Goose, Look -- aisy, Maiter-di-dauns, and that the houl of the divilish lingo was the spalpeeny long name of the little ould furrener Frinchman as lived over the way.
and so down I plumped on the lift side of her leddyship, to be aven with the willain.
I looked for the boat, and, while Wolf Larsen cleared the boat- tackles, saw it lift to leeward on a big sea an not a score of feet away.
Then, the next moment, we would lift and soar upward while they sank far down beneath us.
A few minutes before the end he asked me to lift him on his pillow, to see the sun rise through the window.