Prepositions after "lift"

lift from, off, by, in or out?

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In 25% of cases lift from is used

Let go of achieving and you will feel a weight lifted from your shoulders.

Specifically, Vincent is a pastiche of styles lifted from the writings of Dr.

They also tend to list verbatim every skill set they can lift from other job offer sites.

Liverpool's Irish area had a Paddy's Market, and that is likely to be where the name was lifted from.

Monday, November 12, 2012 With Timmy's late goal on Saturday, a massive weight lifted from the shoulders.

She had never summoned this natural healing ability, but I could sense the toxic energy lifting from my leg.

Doubly incontinent, every morning his rag-doll body is lifted from bed to wheelchair by nurses using a large hoist.

It all started on October 2 when The Guardian of London published excerpts lifted from pages 233 to 236 of the book.

As if by magic, the guilt and burden was lifted from society's shoulders by politicians and we looked better off too.

He will reach his arms out when someone comes to get him out of his crib or when he wants to be lifted from his highchair.

In 12% of cases lift off is used

Gotye feels a weight lifted off himself.

Finally it lifted off of me and I was gasping to breathe.

Literally as soon as I did that, I felt something lift off me.

Apostle Bentil called me and said he sees me carrying a load but it has been lifted off my head.

Instead of an 8:30 departure, we changed gates three times and lifted off the runway at 10:30ish.

For now, suffice to say that a great weight has been lifted off the shoulders of the Limerick faithful.

The Austrian automaker will soon be lifting off the covers from their latest Duke motorcycle but details have already leaked on the internet.

Phenothiazine Phenothiazine Quinine Drug-induced photosensitivity Medications can also cause onycholysis (nail plate lifting off the nail bed).

When you're driving alone, it's not so bad, because you can pick your way around and lift off whenever necessary, but in the race you can't do that.

If you'd like to go further, clasp your hands together underneath you and gently roll your onto your shoulders, one and then the other, to lift off the shoulder blades.

In 12% of cases lift by is used

Spirits are lifted by the sight.

Your hair is lifted by the wind.

Additionally, the blacks are lifted by zeroing out Blacks and Shadows.

Whether the ball is lifted by intelligent design or just happens to fall makes no difference.

The fielding lifted by a notch and the hosts garnered two crucial wickets through direct hits.

We see the structure of the shrine inlaid with gold and marble lifted by the shimmering waters surrounding it.

Seeing more of the ball, lifted by the goal and fuelled by the injustice they felt from the first half, Derby were right back in it.

Animals shall not be lifted by the head, horns, ears, feet, tail or fleece in such a way as to cause them unnecessary pain or suffering.

Before refrigerators became common sorrel would be cooled by standing in stone or earthenware jars from which it was lifted by long handled ladies.

A tongue- zingingly refreshing salad that I could not get enough of, the delightful combination was gently lifted by the addition of the red onion.

In 10% of cases lift in is used

But I discovered also that even the empty pots were too heavy for me to lift in the size I wanted.

Also sign on lift lobby asking guests to use the service lifts in the morning? No toiletries in bathrooms.

The earlier restriction prohibiting location of factories near urban settlements was lifted in July 2008.

After sanctions were lifted in the early 1990s, South Africa emerged as one of the most active trading partners of the UAE.

The ban on married women teachers was lifted in 1958, while it took Ireland's entry to the EEC in 1973 to remove the ban on married women in the public service.

Is it directly related to the period prior to my confirmation of the US Payment Service, or is it to be lifted in a different time, related to my use of the card? Hello.

The data protection rule that disclosures of information must always be compatible with the purposes for which that information is kept is lifted in certain cases by section 8 of the Act.

His bowling was again the main reason for trophy lifting in 1967 when he had match figures of 13-71, including a devastating, career best 9/32 in the second innings, setting up a 5 wicket victory.

In 8% of cases lift out is used

Along the way, millions have been lifted out of feature phone poverty with a wide array of $99-style smartphones.

In the early history of Canadian exploration, boats that could be lifted out of the water and carried (such as canoes) were used.

If the boat is balanced correctly, as much of the hull as possible will also lift out of the water for reduced drag and faster running.

All the world's nearly one billion hungry people could be lifted out of malnourishment on less than a quarter of the food that is wasted in the US, UK and Europe.

In 6% of cases lift to is used

Something comes in on a truck, it is lifted to the correct position and bolted into place.

When about 300 yards off the beach they fired smoke signals in the air and the bombardment lifted to defences further inland.

By this means the fresh air continuously replaces the air as it is used and contaminated air is lifted to high level for removal from the space.

The lower left chart shows the change in the portfolio composition, and as noted earlier, the weighting to hospitals has lifted to 83% versus 79% last year.

Soucek walked away from the barrel and was lifted to the surface and taken to the Greater Niagara General Hospital in Niagara Falls, Ontario for minor cuts and bruises.

However, he is obviously a survivor, who, having overcome all odds, was lifted to his feet at noon on the 8th, and wobbled with help into a far corner to lean against the bars of his Stockade.

In 4% of cases lift into is used

Next the roof is lifted into position on top of the ring beam.

LSTs unloaded supplies into cargo nets which were picked up by the cranes and lifted into dump trucks.

The fresh cool air at floor level will flow to replace that which is warmed and lifted into the convective plumes.

But the stories are not gratuitous or indulgent; again and again they lift into an understanding and come back to Austen and her work.

Other garbage from the yard should not be set out with your yard waste; and/or Kraft paper bags can not be lifted into the collection trucks if they have fallen apart.

In April 2012, he joined the pilgrimage to Olvera Street to watch the canopy for the Siqueiros Interpretive Center be lifted into its place in preparation for the October 9 unveiling.

In 3% of cases lift on is used

The two men watched as the whole assembly lifted on tiny thrusters.

Also b curious to c the before and after pics! So I have decided its time for a little lift on my 2011 Sierra 1500.

In 2% of cases lift with is used

From there, about seven rescuers struggled to haul a basket carrying the man back up the cliff to a point where it could be lifted with ropes suspended from an aerial truck.

The summit itself is not nearly as dramatic as Cormet de Roselend, nor as interesting as the Little Bernard Pass and is criss-crossed by ski lifts with a refuge at the top of the southern ramp.

In 2% of cases lift for is used

You should do some light weight lifting for tone but cardio is what will help you lose weight.

Do not misunderstand me: those restrictions must be lifted for the Palestinian economy to achieve its potential and the sooner, the better.

Promoter for the event, Roy Francis, said he had been trying to get the ban lifted for years and was finally given the permission merely days before the event.

In 2% of cases lift at is used

No grades are awarded to governments, and so there is no giant trophy to be lifted at the end of the Tour.

In this example the 10 ton load is equally centered between the pick points but we lift at a sling angle of 65.

So let's practice D BELLS along with the Dumbbells we lift at the gym, and the fitness of the body will work in tandem with the fitness for the mind.

In 1% of cases lift away is used

Once the incisions are made, the skin is lifted away from the underlying bones and cartilages.

Because the shuttle vehicles wouldn't have to be lifted away from Earth's gravity each time, a large increase in the size of payloads could be sent to Mars.

In 1% of cases lift as is used

Mavado's manager, Julian Jones-Griffiths described the ban being lifted as a positive move.

Still, the 270 obediently drops me amongst the dark-brick buildings of Wandsworth so I can begin my day proper and my spirits are lifted as the 220 makes excellent early progress.

In 1% of cases lift through is used

Lift through the top of the sternum but avoid pushing the front ribs forward, which only hardens the lower back.

In 1% of cases lift until is used

The ban on Turkish people was not lifted until 1930.

In 1% of cases lift up is used

And you, Capernaum, will you be lifted up to the skies? No, you will go down to the depths.

You have been lifted up to a position of importance, but only to have to face winds and storms.

The boy was lifted up to him, and his soul was making a sound like water being poured into an empty container (i.

In 1% of cases lift above is used

They need to have their sights lifted above the furtive plans and night launches of their despairing lives.

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