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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)
LIFTLateral Ignition and Flamespread Test
LIFTLearn It For the Future
LIFTLinking Individuals and Families in Transition
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References in classic literature ?
Its function is to shunt the lift out of the gas, and this it will do without watching.
Father Brown found Flambeau and some six other people standing round the enclosed space into which the lift commonly descended.
Genevieve saw her lover's arms drop to his sides as his body lifted, went backward, and fell limply to the floor.
At this hint, Scragga, looking more evil than ever, advanced a step and lifted his great spear, and at that moment I saw Good's hand creep to his revolver.
"They didn't lift that last sack," Kearns protested.
"Is it there ye are, Mounseer Maiter-di-dauns?" and so down I plumped on the lift side of her leddyship, to be aven with the willain.
His hands were concealed in the cloud of the horse's lifted mane.
Then, the next moment, we would lift and soar upward while they sank far down beneath us.
He lifted the canvas screen, and looked into the room as Miss Roseberry spoke.
I lifted by head over the brink of the rock and looked, and I tell you, Umslopogaas, my blood ran cold and my heart turned to water, for there, before the cave, rolled wolves, many and great.
Shimerda she shouted, and he lifted his head and peered about.
She lifted her hand in the obscurity that surrounded her, as if to protest against the topic to which I had returned.