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  • It seemed he needed only to land his second vault to take gold, but he fell.
  • As a result it may be many years before these remaining vaults are used.
  • Leading after three events, she again came to vault with a chance of winning the title.
  • She is found in the morning, declared dead, and placed in the vault.
  • A vault is a structure built within the grave to receive the body.
  • During her career, she was one of the few women competing two vaults.
  • Retired notes in good condition are held in the bank's vault for future issues.
  • Within the two vaults women perform, they receive a combined average score of the two.
  • The walls rose on all sides to the point where the vaulting would have begun. Cited from Three Cities Trilogy, Complete, by Emile Zola
  • However, she had a weak second vault and did not medal in that event.
  • His influence can be seen especially in the concept of the vaults.
  • He decides to have it moved into the family vaults under the keep.
  • The next year, she won a gold medal in the vault.
  • The vault is usually the first aspect of a new bank building to be designed and built.
  • However, he was limited in training for some time, especially in the pole vault.
  • The west side vaults were used by the gas company offices on the west side of the building.
  • Instead he placed fourth on vault, seventh on floor and seventh with the team.
  • She performed the two most difficult vaults in the final.
  • Eventually he decided to do it by digging into the bank vault from below.
  • Level seven all the way to elite can perform a variety of vaults.
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Meaning of vault

  • noun A burial chamber (usually underground)
  • noun A strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for safekeeping of valuables
  • noun An arched brick or stone ceiling or roof
  • noun The act of jumping over an obstacle
  • verb Jump across or leap over (an obstacle)
  • verb Bound vigorously