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1. lift lift


We can lift the restrictions on imports once the joint agreement is signed.
a lift
At a Japanese-style inn, they take care of your every need, so you don't have to lift a finger.
They will hammer their swords into ploughshares and their spears into sickles. Nation will not lift sword against nation, no longer will they learn how to make war.
Every other day I go with a friend; we lift weights whilst chatting together.
As for physical exercise, although I loathe most sports (I think they're really boring), I do like going to the gym to lift weights.
An experienced healer can lift curses and dispel evil eyes.
Powerlifting is a sport in which athletes compete to lift the maximum sum weight of the three heavy weight events, squat, bench press and deadlift.
lift me my stuff
‘There isn’t a lift in this hotel.’ ‘But my room is on the tenth floor!’
The doctor advised her to do knee bends and leg lifts everyday. He responded with a lift of his eyebrow.
It even had a small lift for Queen Victoria
Luckily, she gave me a lift to the station Can you give me a lift home? He offered us a lift to the station I got a lift as far as the end of the road
The 'Iranian Hercules' lifted a total of 472,5 kg at the 2004 Olympics.
He got into a lift and he didn't get out again until Monday morning.

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