lifts

Designation (also Bugen) for the formerly usual leaching of a wine barrel, in order to eliminate all taste influences. Hot steam was fed into the keg, then the keg was closed and cooled. As a result of the resulting vacuum, the liquid residues were pulled out of the walls. See also below wet preservation,
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Lifts

Layers of leather or leather board composing the heel of a shoe, the lift in contact with the ground is called the top-piece and is frequently of rubber or plastic.
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Lifts

Lifts is American slang for height-enhancing soles worn inside shoes.
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Lifts

Pair moves in which the man lifts his partner above his head with arm(s) fully extended. Lifts consist of precise ascending, rotational and descending movements.
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LIFTS

Pair moves in which the man lifts his partner above his head with arm(s) fully extended. Lifts consist of precise ascending, rotational and descending movements.
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Lifts

Standing or running lines that angled or lowered yards.
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