(n.) An arched structure of masonry, forming a ceiling or canopy.
(n.) An arched apartment; especially, a subterranean room, use for storing articles, for a prison, for interment, or the like; a cell; a cellar.
(n.) The canopy of heaven; the sky.
(n.) A leap or bound.
(n.) The bound or leap of a horse; a curvet.
(n.) A leap by aid of the hands, or of a pole, springboard, or the like.
(v. t.) To form with a vault, or to cover with a vault; to give the shape of an arch to; to arch; as, vault a roof; to vault a passage to a court.
(v. i.) To leap over; esp., to leap over by aid of the hands or a pole; as, to vault a fence.
(n.) To leap; to bound; to jump; to spring.
(n.) To exhibit feats of tumbling or leaping; to tumble.
(1) The cranial vault displayed a severe concentric hyperostosis besides other striking changes.
(2) Two cases of uterine injury complicating midtrimester abortion induced by hypertonic saline are described, one with an extensive laceration of the cervix and the other with a rupture of the lower uterine segment extending into the vault of the vagina.
(3) The deformities resulting from premature closure of a coronal, sagittal, metopic, or lambdoid suture can be predicted by the following observations: (1) cranial vault bones that are prematurely fused act as a single bone plate with decreased growth potential; (2) asymmetrical bone deposition occurs mainly at perimeter sutures, with increased bone deposition directed away from the bone plate; (3) sutures adjacent to the stenotic suture compensate in growth more than those sutures not contiguous with the closed suture; and (4) enhanced bone deposition occurs along both sides of a nonperimeter suture that is a continuation of the prematurely closed suture.
(4) Unusual to see one around here until just recently.” More deer vaulted in front of my car on Yubari’s main street the following day, forcing a swerve.
(5) We have studied the incidence of intraoperative hemorrhage, bladder damage, hemorrhage up to 48 h after surgery, hemorrhage up to 14 days after surgery, vault abscesses or collections and pelvic peritonitis.
(6) They commemorate – sometimes no more questioningly than a press release – a new novel or stage play or film, before disappearing into production-company vaults.
(7) Last Friday evening, ahead of the congress, the politicians gathered with 100 guests for a dinner in the vaulted cellar of a castle, Burg Weisenau, in the nearby city of Mainz.
(8) The standard procedure consisted of an abdominal sacropexy, with use of Marlex mesh to anchor the vaginal vault to the sacral promontory and retroperitonealization of the mesh.
(9) If you hold more than a few thousand pounds [at home] you are likely to invalidate your household insurance, or will have to pay an extra premium and install security measures.” Bullion Vault’s 60,000 customers own the gold they buy, but it is held in vaults in London, Zürich, New York, Toronto or Singapore.
(10) They can be summarized as: mesial shifting of the maxilla, dimensional increase of the mandibular body, ovoidal upper arch with a deeper palatal vault, tapering or trapezoidal lower arch.
(11) A case is reported in which an immense cranial vault was reduced as part of the rehabilitation of a patient with severe hydrocephalus who had preservation of the intellect.
(12) The prosthodontic management of patients with partial tongue resection often includes lowering the palatal vault, while the management of the total glossectomy patient usually requires a mandibular tongue prosthesis.
(13) He’s nine now but he has seen it.” Others using the vault feared they had lost jewellery, family heirlooms, cash and essential documents, he added.
(14) The supplementary use of external cranial vault molding devices after these surgical techniques, however, has resulted in consistently improved cranial vault from over what could be achieved by operation alone.
(15) This was accompanied by an overall significant reduction in neurocranial vault length during the first 30 days of development.
(16) There were eight patients with the radiological type I characterized by diffuse, symmetrical osteosclerosis with pronounced sclerosis of the skull and enlarged thickness of the cranial vault, and six patients with type II characterized by diffuse, symmetrical osteosclerosis, "Rugger-Jersey spine" and "endobones" (bone within a bone) in the pelvis.
(17) There was no direct physical evidence that any of the guilty men were ever in the vault.
(18) The common clinical finding enabling us to include all 36 tumors in this study is a large tumefaction of the cranial vault, without our being able to determine its anatomical starting point or histological nature.
(19) On these casts intermolar and intercanine arch width, arch length, ratio, palatal vault depth and palatal volume measurements were performed.
(20) And then, instead of destroying the text, he perversely deposited the manuscript in a Swiss bank vault in the custody of his wife and son.