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SHIFTSustainable Homes Index for Tomorrow (UK)
SHIFTSolar Heating Initiative for Today (government program; Canada)
SHIFTSalford Health Investment for Tomorrow (Salford University; Lancashire, UK)
SHIFTScalable Heterogeneous Integrated Facility Testbed (computing project)
SHIFTSecure Hosted Interface for File Transfer (Media Talent Network)
SHIFTStabilized Housing for Individuals and Families in Transition
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He shifted his indicative camp-stool from the left hand to the right, and opened his scientific batteries on the spot.
He shifted his position, walking away several steps, then shifted it a second time.
At last he fell, toppling backward, exhausted; and the bull-dog promptly shifted his grip, getting in closer, mangling more and more of the fur-folded flesh, throttling White Fang more severely than ever.
Sheldon aimed at the centre of his chest, then deliberately shifted the aim to his right shoulder, and, with the thought, "That will put him out of business," pulled the trigger.
We had nearly finished, and the two young people prudently shifted wider asunder, so I anticipated no further disturbance during that sitting: when Joseph appeared at the door, revealing by his quivering lip and furious eyes that the outrage committed on his precious shrubs was detected.
Mukhorty too strained to listen, moving his ears, and when the wolf had ceased its howling he shifted from foot to foot and gave a warning snort.
I had to pass coal for the day and night shifts, and, despite working through the noon-hour, I never finished my task before eight at night.
But he rode with a sensitive "loose curb," and quickly, but not too quickly, he shifted the angles of his wing-tips, depressed the front horizontal rudder, and swung over the rear vertical rudder to meet the tilting thrust of the wind.
She herself has told me that lace is worn in hell; and as she must know how to make it, let it never be out of her hands; for when she is occupied in shifting the bobbins to and fro, the image or images of what she loves will not shift to and fro in her thoughts; this is the truth, this is my opinion, and this is my advice."
The scene in the picture at once shifted to Australia, where, in a pleasant room in Sydney, Uncle Henry was seated in an easy chair, solemnly smoking his briar pipe.
By crossing to the other side of the Kolocha to the left of the highroad, Napoleon shifted the whole forthcoming battle from right to left
Vronsky had hardly formed the thought that he could perhaps pass on the outer side, when Frou-Frou shifted her pace and began overtaking him on the other side.