Uplift

The raising of a call charge by a pre-determined amount, usually as a percentage of the original cost.

Uplift

• (v. t.) To lift or raise aloft; to raise; to elevate; as, to uplift the arm; to uplift a rock. • (n.) A raising or upheaval of strata so as to disturb their regularity and uniformity, and to occasion folds, dislocations, and the like.
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uplift

noun a brassiere that lifts and supports the breasts
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Uplift

[science fiction] In science fiction, uplift is the terraforming of a planet`s biosphere, so as to artificially nurture the native and/or alien life-forms. It also implies the development, transformation, biological engineering, or evolutionary intervention of animals into an intelligent Type-I race by other, already-intelligent beings. The...
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Uplift

A structurally high area in Earth's crust. Formed by movements that bend the crust into a structure
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Uplift

In geology an uplift is a raising or upheaval of strata so as to disturb their regularity and uniformity, and to occasion folds, dislocations, and the like.
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uplift

in geology, vertical elevation of the Earth`s surface in response to natural causes. Broad, relatively slow and gentle uplift is termed warping, or ... [6 related articles]
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uplift

n. (v.) The process or result of raising a portion of the Earth`s crust through different tectonic mechanisms.
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uplift

n. (v.) The process or result of raising a portion of the Earth’s crust through different tectonic mechanisms.
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uplift

The process or result of raising a portion of the Earth
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Uplift

The wind load on a member which causes a load in the upward direction. The gross uplift is determined from various codes and is generally a horizontal wind pressure multiplied by a factor to establish the uplift pressure. The net uplift is the gross uplift minus the allowable portion of dead load including the weight of the joist and is the load th...
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Uplift

when a region is literally lifted up as the crust is squeezed by tectonic forces or, sometimes, following the melting of ice-sheets. ...
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uplift

[n] - a brassiere that lifts and supports the breasts 2. [v] - lift up from the earth 3. [v] - lift up or elevate
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