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(architecture) a vaulted structure

a light leap by a horse in which both hind legs leave the ground before the forelegs come down

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To become a successful pole vaulter, it is mandatory to learn as much as you can about the history, mechanics, physics, and the coaching, training, and vaulting techniques.
With the cost of the event - more expensive than all other track events combined - a lack of coaches, few athletes who pole vault in youth programs and perceived danger, pole vaulting is a floundering event around the area.
For more than seven years, Cyber-Ark has built compliance-centric solutions based on its patented Vaulting Technology[R].
As a track and field coach for 26 years and a member of the National Pole Vault Educational Development Committee (NPVEDC) for 14 years, I am convinced that the key to safe, high-level pole vaulting is an immaculate education on techniques.
Rock competed at San Jose State University and was once ranked seventh in the nation for pole vaulting.
Over the last seven years, USA Track & Field's National Pole Vault Development and Education Committee has invested considerable time and effort in the use of helmets in vaulting.
Another rule says there must be at least two inches of padding on all hard surfaces around the vaulting area, Johnson said.
Based on it's patented Vaulting Technology[TM], Cyber-Ark's digital vault products include: The Inter-Business Vault, a secure infrastructure for cross-enterprise data exchange of highly-sensitive information; the Sensitive Document Vault, for secure storage and management of highly-sensitive documents, and the Enterprise Password Vault, for the secure management of administrative, emergency and privileged user passwords.
ONE OF THE SENSATIONAL developments of track and field in 2000 was the emergence of women's pole vaulting as a mainstream event.
As is the norm in pole vaulting, Taylor landed on his back on the pit - but the teen's momentum carried him to the back of the landing pad and he partially fell off the edge, his head slamming on the ground.
Based on it's patented Vaulting Technology[TM], Cyber-Ark's digital vault products include: The Inter-Business Vault, a secure infrastructure for cross-enterprise data exchange of highly-sensitive information; the Network Vault[R], for secure storage and management of highly-sensitive documents, and the Enterprise Password Vault, for the secure management of administrative, emergency and privileged user passwords.
I told her pole vaulting isn't really for girls, but she fell in love with it,'' Christopher Pearson said.
Multi-layer Security - The Solution's patented Vaulting Technology uses multiple layers of security while operating with no open ports for telnet, FTP, HTTP and SMTP.
the information security software company that develops and markets digital vaults for securing and managing highly-sensitive information within and across global enterprise networks, has announced their Vaulting platform has been evaluated as providing a secure platform for secure information sharing and exchange in a report issued by ICSA Labs this week.
Cyber-Ark's patented Vaulting solutions allow organizations to protect and share information both over the Internet between discrete enterprises and manage critical information within a single network.