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noun as in depository

verb as in jump over; span

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Reading this book is like sticking a stethoscoped ear to the vault containing the cryptocurrency industry’s origins.

From Fortune

VOSD resident historian Randy Dotinga — we truly don’t know where he gets these things — is back with another one from the vault in honor of Wednesday’s vice presidential debate.

You can set how the software interacts with your browser, set up alerts for when your credentials are involved in a data breach, and set a default vault for new passwords.

All the closing documents go into a digital vault that attorneys and lenders can access online.

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A gymnast launching off the vault will flip and twist multiple times within a single second.

It was fronted by what looked like a heavily reinforced bank vault door.

They are simply repositories of capital, like so many gold bars in the vault of a bank.

It was, he writes, like “looking into the vault of the universe.”

For decades, these fascinating recordings languished in the Cash Family vault, unheard and unremembered.

Now, we're in a very small, very hot room with no decor—there is only an ominous-looking vault door.

(b) To open the Treasury vault, the presence of two persons designated by the Secretary of the Treasury is required.

Each entry on the vault record book shall be signed by the persons having access to the safe.

On the 18th fifty heavy shells, including 12-inch and 14-inch, dropped out of the blue vault of heaven on to the Anzacs.

Coloured shafts mapped the vault from horizon to zenith like the spokes of a prodigious wheel of fire.

Cautiously they began to go up into the dark vault of the upper house, the boards creaking under their weight.


On this page you'll find 116 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vault, such as: basement, box, cellar, mausoleum, pit, and safe.

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