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Uplift

Uplift may refer to:

  • Tectonic uplift, a geological process
  • Uplift (science fiction), upgrading the capacities of a species or a civilization.
  • Stellar uplift, the theoretical prospect of moving a stellar mass
  • 'Uplift factor', or simply "uplift", the adjustments to employee salaries or benefits, especially in countries of the British Commonwealth
  • Uplift modelling, the uplift of a marketing campaign is usually defined as the difference in response rate between a treated group and a randomized control group
  • Uplifting trance, a musical genre similar to progressive trance
  • "Uplift", a song by Pantera from their 2000 album Reinventing the Steel
  • "Uplift", a Pegasus Award winning song by Andrew Eigel
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