lift onto in a sentence
- Carefully lift onto cookie sheets that have been sprayed with nonstick spray.
- Lift onto rolling pin and center over filling.
- With sturdy spatulas, lift onto platter.
- At four knots, the kayak lifts onto hydrofoils hidden beneath the water, reducing friction and gaining speed.
- Bouncing onto the dais, she is preceded by her Maltese, Sugar, whom she lifts onto her lap.
- It's difficult to find lift onto in a sentence.
- When bars are cold, use a spatula to lift onto a rack or plate, or serve directly from pan.
- Hundreds of doves were released into the open sky shortly before the pope was elevated by lift onto a rotating red podium.
- The advance reached the west side of the wood at and light signals directed the artillery to lift onto the east edge of Bernafay Wood.
- Ford uses his " electronic thumb " to hitch a lift onto one of the ships, taking Arthur with him, just moments before the Earth is destroyed.
- And as the pope was raised by a lift onto the wooden platform holding the papal alter, the crowd chanted : " You are at home ."
- On the 92nd Brigade front, the artillery was not to fire until zero hour, at which it would begin from Cadorna Trench for one minute and then lift onto the trench.
- They were traditionally used to qualify men for work on fishing boats, with the H醠fdr鎡tingur being the minimum weight a man would have to lift onto a ledge at hip-height to qualify.
- The twelve guns of the 4th RHA would fire on the initial objectives, then lift onto the second objective; the machine-guns and mortars on Ship Hill were to give covering fire once the infantry advanced.
- Lewinsky's brush with Southland media Tuesday began as soon as she landed at Los Angeles International Airport, where she was plucked from the plane by a disability lift onto the tarmac and whisked away, offering a pool of reporters only a glimpse.
- Inventor Dean Kamen created the iBOT, and says wheelchair users tell him another feature is as appealing : The chair lifts onto two wheels so that its occupant, although still sitting, is elevated enough to reach high bookshelves and carry on eye-level conversations with people standing nearby.
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