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As the eggs are cooked, lift them from the water with a slotted spoon.
The ultimate goal should be to lift up the entire system.
The density question has to do with lift, and the power required to generate the lift.
At this angle, wind flows over and under the wing in a way that produces more lift than at a lower angle.
He could lift either end of a car so dS to get one wheel clear of the ground.
Lift into pushup position, keeping torso and legs stiff.
The simple act of petting a dog can lift people's spirits.
Lift the top screen with its bedding and worm layer out of the bin and set it aside.
For safety, lift bench top periodically and check pots for cracks.
Lift out porcini and squeeze excess liquid back into bowl.
Tighten your stomach muscles as you lift the object up or lower it down.
They calculated that a creature any larger would have been too heavy to lift itself into the air.
Once found, a crane will lift the entire bin of books to the surface.
The floats were constructed of plywood and designed so well that they provided additional lift when the plane was aloft.
It may lift its head high to keep the prey in sight.
Whether joining the workforce would actually lift them out of poverty is another matter.
When left alone, a chiton will lift part of its oval-shaped body to breathe.
Then, they hoisted it on deck with a hydraulic lift.
He did the best he could to lift and tap one foot after the other not quite along with the beat.
Use your fingers to lift skin away from tube, then peel off and discard.
Indeed, budgetary strains are now forcing some governments to lift prices.
For a moment, it seemed as if the noise were coming from there-as if the building were about to lift off and rocket elsewhere.
Could probably lift his whole village out of poverty quicker than through the use of his busking shrapnel.
Loading and unloading is more expensive, since the cranes that lift containers must work around the masts.
Run a thin knife around edge of terrine to loosen, then lift out of terrine using banana leaf.
Nobody has the wit or gumption to stand up and lift the stylus.
If it does, it'll send reminders to connect with other people or do something fun to help lift the gloom.
They may be the best way to lift people from poverty and preserve the environment.
First lift up the leg of the table diagonal from the wobbly leg.
When the paper mold is completely dry, gently press down on the mold and carefully lift off the cookie cutter.
Also distributing lift along the pipe would reduce the tension.
Lift your right foot off the ground, straightening your leg to the side.
As the video below explains, some of the concrete foundations of the lift towers were failing.
In the postwar era, the laws restricting margarine's coloration began to lift and it gained in popularity.
When you want a bigger table, you lift the top table off, and the result is two tables with thinner legs and thinner tops.
The bureaucrats are the fulcrum so the guys with the leverage can lift great weight without too much effort.
He didn't lift his leg, but did still mark on walks.
So in forward flight each rotor can produce an equal amount of lift on each side, thus providing balance.
As richly diverse as human faith in all its forms, these are sites that lift our spirits and touch our souls.
Scoop your hand into the cooled teapot and lift out the loose tea leaves.
Lift up your eyes and see the cloud and the light within it, and the stars surrounding it.
Mildly insulated in the seat area for protection against cold lift chairs.
Immediately lift out the fish and arrange on the platter.
People who lift weights are trying to gain muscle, so they need to eat after they work out to see any gain.
The politics of trade is giving sweatshops an extra lift.
Rather than suppress the rate, suggested the report, the government should try to lift it.
Unlike other birds, hummingbirds get a portion of their lift during the upstroke of their wings.
Lift your hips off the ground and roll the ball toward you until the bottoms of your feet are flat on the ball's surface.
Lift starts a siphon effect and is all that is needed to start a flow of anti-freeze.
Economists disagree about the main reason why the consumption ratio has fallen-and hence about the best way to lift it.
Going over, the livestock lorry he'd been given a lift in had brought him nearly to the boat itself.
Feathers on their forelimbs enhanced lift, thereby allowing the creatures to take wing.
In cool climates, lift and store the corms over winter.
With a fork, dip each piece of fish into beer batter, then lift out and let drain briefly.
The idea was to pull the shark onto a sling, then use a crane to lift it onto the deck.
The video shows how it was done in this case: a scissors lift driven by a screw jack.
As other patrons become engrossed in conversations or the paper, calmly lift the camera to your eye and make your exposure.
In forward flight this set-up has the advantage of each rotor producing an equal amount of lift on each side.
Her first husband was a circus performer whose act was to lift a dozen people at once.
Lift out foil bowl and repeat to shape remaining foil rectangles.
Native intelligence and academic achievement do lift many poor students into college.
Simply try to lift the pistol to the screen and you will have an existential crisis of conscience.
Some manufacturers promise to strengthen them as if they secretly hanker to lift weights.
Helium is lighter than air and able to lift about one gram per liter of gas.
The principal resistances encountered by an aeroplane when in flight are those due to the lift and the head surface.
Lift lid of crockpot to find that stuff has been added.
Wash chopped leeks in a large bowl of water, agitating them, then lift out and drain.
His goal was to lift the veil on a clubby, secretive world.
If a trainer bent backward and lifted a leg, dolphin would turn on its back and lift its tail in the air.
See if that doesn't lift the fog from the art, and the reader.
And besides the wings, the fuselage itself provides aerodynamic lift.
Most quarries are aboveground, so workers don't have to lift heavy rocks quite as far.
But when you lift all the plastic sheets, all you see are today's ruins.
Beekeepers would lift the lid of a hive to find only the queen and a few stragglers, the worker bees gone.
Both are essentially spinning wings that stay aloft thanks to aerodynamic lift and gyroscopic stability.
Yes, they actually lift the house and cut the pipes.
As the chair lift ascended, my right pocket vibrated and thigh pulsed.
As well as giving a short-term lift to employment, this should nudge up the economy's long-term potential growth.
She stopped cutting long enough to lift her arm to her eyes in a tragic pose.
The completed repair should include pickup and delivery of fork lift, labor and all shop supplies and environmental charges.
Ants can lift and carry more than three times their own weight.
Fresh powder and no lift lines are two reasons to check out this mountain town.
He backed away from an effort to lift marginal tax rates on the rich, offering instead to raise money by closing loopholes.
Optical lift is different from the aerodynamic lift created by an airfoil.
What he wanted to do after a long day of being governor, more or less, was to lift weights.
Migrating birds fly in formation in order to use lift more efficiently.
He believes a restored park will lift this beleaguered region out of poverty.
Its latest accessory is a tiny phone receiver that you lift up to your ear to make a call.
Lift one edge of the cookie and fold it so the cookie forms a semicircle.
Increasing lift range and power output would keep more of the coils active.
To generate lift, a bird has merely to tilt its wings, adjusting the flow of air below and above them.
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