to lift out
take out or up with or as if with a scoop
- The lift is out of order.
- The blameless man walked out of the courtroom feeling a great weight lift off his shoulders, a triumphant smile on his lips.
- At the time, the yard invested in a further fitting-out of the ship lift to adapt its facilities.
- VWS points out that the launching of panamax vessels is already possible with the existing 230 m ship lift.
- Maximum lift of valves and angles of opening and closing in relation to dead centres (nominal values)  Strike out what does not apply.
- VWS points out that the launching of panamax vessels is already possible with the existing 230 m ship lift. The part of the vessel exceeding the length of the ship lift would need to be supported, for example, by a floating crane.
- However employment in itself is not always a sufficient condition to lift people out of poverty, and the at-risk-of-poverty rate is still relatively high even for those in work.
- In order to be able to produce these larger ships, Rolandwerft had to carry out an investment programme for the adaptation of the yard, including expansion of the ship lift.
- Where the approval of a compartment has been suspended, the competent authority shall not lift the suspension until it has verified that corrective action has been launched within 30 days of the date of the suspension and a subsequent control has been carried out with favourable results.
- The EU headline target, on the basis of which Member States will set their national targets, taking into account their relative starting conditions and national circumstances, will aim at promoting social inclusion, in particular through the reduction of poverty by aiming to lift at least 20 million people out of the risk of poverty and exclusion .