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1. A voice that was nasty and spiteful, Leapingat any chance to cause her pain


2. When Leapingat an angle of 60 degrees above the horizontal, some of the tinycritters have reached a maximum height of .55 m above the levelground

Leapingat, Levelground

3. When Leapingat an angle of 60 degrees above the horizontal, some of the tinycritters have reached a maximumheight of .55 m above the levelground

Leapingat, Levelground

4. She charged the sound, shield held just high enough NS0-519 Reliable Exam Bootcamp that she could still see over the top, already bracing for the large spider Leapingat her, I ne'er will ask ye quarter, and I ne'er NS0-519 Reliable Exam Bootcamp will be your slave; But I'll swim the sea of slaughter, till I sink beneath its wave.

Large, Leapingat, Ll

5. We’ll be Leapingat (possibly) the last opportunity to see them live.OCTOBER 11 …

Ll, Leapingat, Last, Live

6. Ik, sometimes it leaves people with ~400 HP, I mean if it crashes and your stuck you are meant to do kill in console and not run around shooting/Leapingat ships since sometimes IT/RT where trying to shoot at ships on the ground after they crashed.

Leaves, Leapingat

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    What does the name leaping mean?

    (lēp) v. leaped or leapt (lĕpt, lēpt), leap·ing, leaps. v.intr. 1. a. To propel oneself quickly upward or a long way; spring or jump: The goat leaped over the wall. The salmon leapt across the barrier.

    What does leap stand for?

    LEAP stands for Leadership Education for Advancement and Promotion. Suggest new definition. This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories: Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

    What does leaping mean in music?

    a spring, jump, or bound; a light, springing movement. the distance covered in a leap; distance jumped. a place leaped or to be leaped over or from. a sudden or abrupt transition: a successful leap from piano class to concert hall. a sudden and decisive increase: a leap in the company's profits. SEE LESS.

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    To take a leap tends to mean to take the next step or especially to take a risk of some sort. As well as the example given, people might describe getting married, buying a house or moving abroad as "I'm going to take the leap and...".

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