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raise

(Advance), verb aggrandize, augment, boost, bring up, dignify, elevate, enhance, enlarge, ennoble, exalt, further, glorify, heighten, honor, increase, lift, move up, prize, promote, propose, provehere, put, suggest, uplift, upraise
Associated concepts: raise an objection

raise

(Collect), verb accumulate, assemble, bring tooether, conligere, gather together, get, levy, muster, obtain, procure
See also: accrue, adopt, advance, advancement, ameliorate, boom, build, collect, compound, develop, discipline, elevate, enhance, enlarge, excise, expand, foster, frame, heighten, honor, increase, increment, levy, magnify, manufacture, meliorate, originate, parlay, prefer, produce, promote, promotion, recruit, uphold

raise

to institute a suit or action at law or to draw up a summons or other initiating writ.
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As well as a variety of integrated appliances and a raised glass breakfast bar, it has an attractive vaulted ceiling and French doors giving access to the gardens, terrace and courtyard outside.
IBEX Construction will be upgrading the retail shops in the building's lobbies by increasing their visibility with large, raised glass store fronts, which will enable the building ownership to attract new, exciting retail entities to the building.
The Millennium Knightsbridge's interior has a raised glass ceiling and numerous designer features.
The corner of the building has a raised glass frontage.
The worst though, was prying that rough diamond from the crawdad mud only to discover the most dreaded of mottoes: No deposit, "No refund" tattooed on the side, the raised glass letters like the welts of a discredited disease.
Some of the features of the space are a raised glass conference room with flat screen TV, a wrap around terrace, entertainment space with a bar and pantry and wood and metal panel motifs.
Certainly the contents of a press release from the party's licensing spokesman Nigel Howells the other day suggests the decision received a raised glass or two.
The Venetian glassmakers of the 17th Century were the first to introduce raised glass platters for the table to display food.