повышение; поднятие; увеличение; увеличение ставки; прибавка ; подъем ; восстающая выработка;
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- Raise the arms towards the toes, lifting the head and shoulders off the floor as far as possible without straining.
- Giving a place a special label, and, in some cases, fencing it off, may raise people's awareness, but offers only a flimsy barrier against developers.
- Every afternoon in the House of Commons MPs could raise questions with Ministers about their Departments.
- First amongst small commercial enterprises must be the dairy herd, where the personal touch of a skilled stockman can raise production, reduce costs, and maintain good health and longevity in cattle far beyond the scope of most large herds.
- Most are there for aesthetic value in an attempt to raise the product's perceived value.
- Being so fleet-footed, and tough-minded, has enabled Corning's managers to raise the company's return on equity from about 8% in 1983 to 15% in 1990.
- The organisers are planning a "model hot air balloon competition" and are asking entrants to get their entries sponsored to raise money for the development of water supplies in Third World villages.
- The other main type of sleep - slow wave sleep - is also called "deep sleep" because it is more difficult to raise us from.
- We've all had a good laugh about it, but it does raise the question of trespass and the rights and wrongs of access to runners," writes Dave.
- Among his sacred possessions were an enormous club which could raise the slain to life again; a magic harp whose music made its listeners forget sorrow; an inexhaustible cauldron from which no-one is turned away hungry; and two marvellous sheep - one eternally roasting, the other forever feeding in readiness for slaughter.
- Some have intimated that these contacts, while not illegal, raise suspicions that the superfund's huge cache for money may have turned into a political slush-fund, spread around to fertilise the candidates of loyal Republicans.
- Weekend talk of policy rifts at the highest level and of impending recession, and a perception that the Government is most reluctant to raise interest rates again, caused sterling to collapse to its lowest against the Deutschemark since the celebrated events of March last year.