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Definition of the noun Salto

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Specialised definition of the noun Salto

Glossary of sports / gymnastics

an aerial flip or somersault in which the feet come up over the head and the body rotates around the Waist. It does not use the hands (2005. Chambers Sports Factfinder. Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd)

an aerial flip or somersault in which the feet come up over the head and the body rotates around the waist

Places

  1. Salto a.k.a. Saltö is an island in the eastern part of the Blekinge archipelago in Blekinge Län, southern Sweden. The city of Karlskrona is spread over 30 islands, one of which is Saltö. Dragsöviken is the sound between Saltö and Dragsö.
  2. Salto is a settlement in the southern part of the island of Fogo, Cape Verde. It is situated 12 km southeast of the island capital São Filipe. The village has a sightworthy church and some small shops, but no accommodation for tourists. Most of the inhabitants are farmers growing potatoes, vegetables and papayas. Several fields are irrigated using drip irrigation. Many fields were surrounded by stone walls to protect them against erosion.

There are other places with in their name, like El Salto, Salto de Agua, Salto Partido, Petrella Salto, Salto da Divisa, Salto Del Guairá, Salto Department, Salto de Pirapora and Santa Maria do Salto.

Film

"Salto" is a film, directed by Maximilian von Moll.

  • countries: Germany, Portugal, Spain
  • languages: English Language, Portuguese Language
  • released in (4 years ago)

Miscellanea

Salto is a website.

Phrases with Salto

  1. Salto Mortale
  2. Araneus salto
  3. Anyphaena salto
  4. Aprostocetus Salto
  5. Sphaeriodesmus salto
  6. species Araneus salto
  7. species Anyphaena salto
  8. Species Aprostocetus Salto
  9. species Sphaeriodesmus salto

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Google previewNicaragua; Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic Canal ... (1852)

by Ephraim George Squier

The Salto is a steep ledge of this rock, from twelve 'to fifteen feet in height, extending entirely across the ancient channel, which is here not less than two hundred yards broad. Although it was now the middle of the rainy season, not a drop of ...

Google previewNicaragua (1852)

Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic Canal by Ephraim George Squier

The Salto is a steep ledge of this rock, from twelve to fifteen feet in height, extending entirely across the ancient channel, which is here not less than two hundred yards broad.Although it was now the middle of the rainy season, not a drop of ...

Google previewSuarez – 2016 Updated Edition (2015)

The Extraordinary Story Behind Football's Most Explosive Talent by Luca Caioli

Salto is a city which lives off agriculture: citrus fruits; grapes used to make Tannat, a wine of national importance. Blueberries have also started being grown recently. Tourism and husbandry have been around for some time. Local historians ...

Google previewJust In Case You're Interested (2013)

by Benjamin Findley

Salto is a very small town with not a lot here. The major things here, ...

Google preview"How Big is Your World?" (2005)

The Europe, Youth and Globalisation Event : an Anthology by Yael Ohana

SALTO is a network of eight resource centres working on European priority areas within the youth field. It provides youth work and training resources and organises training and contact-making activities to support organisations and national ...

Google previewSuarez (2014)

The Remarkable Story Behind Football's Most Explosive Talent by Luca Caioli

Salto is a city which lives off agriculture: citrus fruits; grapes used to make Tannat, a wine of national importance. Blueberries have also started being grown recently. Tourism and husbandry have been around for some time. Local historians ...

Google previewGastronomy of Italy (2013)

Revised Edition by Anna Del Conte

Risotto al salto is a traditional Milanese dish that used to be served in inns. It was born of the Milanese love for risotto. Travellers, often in a hurry, were not prepared to wait the 25 minutes it takes to make risotto, so the innkeeper kept some ...

Google previewViajes: Introduccion al espanol (2013)

by Robert Hershberger, Susan Navey-Davis, Guiomar Borrás A.

A salto is a tall catarata with less water. Curiosidades del idioma 12-1 Asociaciones ...

Google previewWell Played (2015)

A Christian Theology of Sport and the Ethics of Doping by Michael Shafer

First, it is difficult to see why scoring a basket is considered an external goal of basketball while landing a double salto is an intrinsic end of gymnastics. Both must be performed within pre-defined ...

Google previewUniversities in the Business of Repression (1989)

The Academic-military-industrial Complex and Central America by Jonathan Feldman

El Salto: El Salto is a sugar plantation owned by Roberto Alejos Arzu. During a labor dispute over the minimum wage in 1980, nine workers were killed at El Salto. One of Alejos' plantations was used as a training ground for the CIA's Bay of ...

Google previewLibrary of Universal Knowledge (1880)

A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and London Edition of Chambers' Encyclopaedia, with Copious Additions by American Editors

SALTO is a concentrated fire from a greater or less number of pieces of artillery. Against a body of men, a salvo is generally useless, as the moral effect is greater in proportion to the area over which devastation is spread; but with fortifications, ...

Google previewThe South African Dictionary of Sport (2003)

by Joel Alswang

on, piked salto forward off; (2) balance beam ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Biomechanics in Sport: Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention (2008)

by Vladimir Zatsiorsky

than the hip during the front salto landings and was falling slower than the hip during the back salto landings. These differences in thigh segment kinematics when ...

Google previewThe world-wide encyclopedia and gazetteer (1908)

by William Harrison De Puy

SALTO— SALTUS SALVATION ARMY SALVIA — SAMAN A BAY SAMARIUM— SAMOA SAMPSON. city, and the building from beginning to end was the work of Mormons. It has an extreme length of iS6}4 feet, a width of 99 feet, and with the ...

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Scrabble value of S1A1L1T1O1

The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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