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The combination of its vaulting promise and tenuous future captures well the larger state of play in the world of green jobs.The Auto Industry Is Going Green. Will Workers Go Along for the Ride?|Justin Worland|August 12, 2021|Time
One in particular is worth looking at, in light of what happened to Biles on the vaulting floor in Tokyo on July 27, 2021.Simone Biles was abandoned by American Olympic officials, and the torment hasn’t stopped|Sally Jenkins|July 29, 2021|Washington Post
One fliptwisttwisttableElite male gymnasts, who use a higher vaulting table and generally have more power, already have performed double-flipping Yurchenkos in competition, but it’s still not common.Yurchenko and beyond: The origins of Simone Biles’s revolutionary vault|Emily Giambalvo|June 4, 2021|Washington Post
The film is going to be a huge critical and commercial hit, vaulting Stoller into the upper echelon of Hollywood comedy directors.
Yet it is his warnings that stand up better than the more vaulting ambitions of some of Grunwald's more preferred protagonists.
The blockbuster Rush Hour films soon followed, immediately vaulting Tucker to the A-list.Chris Tucker’s Journey From Tax Problems to ‘Silver Linings Playbook’|Marlow Stern|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The nave is modern (by Street, 1877), imitating the choir of the 14th century, with its curious skeleton-vaulting in the aisles.
They saw faint images of painted martyrs and angels peering down from the frieze and vaulting.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
This roof, with its dormer windows, did not cover a stone vaulting, but a panelled ceiling.
There was no vaulting, the church having a timber-work roof in shape of an inverted keel.
At the triforium base foliated brackets support vaulting shafts of three clustered columns.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Carlisle|C. King Eley