springboard in English
Last night I was watching some rather odd ‘synchronised diving’, where two blokes jumped off a springboard at the same time and then were marked by a panel of judges.
Use "springboard" in a sentence
1. ‘Springboard to the True Faith’
2. It therefore acts as a springboard to freedom.
3. Springboard Barracudas Swim and Dive Team Springboard Pool, 6500 Deepford Street, Springfield VA 22150 Visit www.springboardpool.org for membership information or send an e-mail .
4. A springboard in a circus or gymnasium; - called also Batule board
5. Backboardd is a daemon that runs alongside the SpringBoard daemon
6. The 1981 budget was the springboard for an economic miracle.
7. What does Batule mean? A springboard in a circus or gymnasium
8. Working from failure Failure is the springboard for profit.
9. – The Amazing Bible Timeline chart is a springboard for fun, educational discussions
10. His new job was a springboard for Mr Major's own Cabinet career.
11. It is important that the springboard doctrine be understood in its context.
12. He dived off the springboard and swam down to the shallow end.
13. It's going to be a springboard for our global campaigning.
14. The TV soap has been a springboard for a lot of careers.
15. The document provided a springboard for a lot of useful discussion.
16. Our springboard for your next advertising campaign – be it print, radio, online or cross-media.
17. The college debating society was a natural springboard for her career in politics.
18. He used his years in the Senate as a springboard for his presidential campaign.
19. The show aims to give new young talent a springboard to success.
20. The firm's director is confident that the new project will act as a springboard for/to further contracts.
21. If families include programs of educational interest, television can serve as a springboard to expanded communication.
22. Working partnerships forged at home have provided a good springboard for launching several initiatives with partners abroad.
23. At first, the island was seen as a springboard for the Nationalists plan to reconquer the mainland.
24. This story can be the springboard to a whole set of tales about the lion and the mouse.
25. Maybe this will be a springboard for us to compete for the rest of the season.
26. The full-colour illustrations will motivate children's interest and provide an excellent springboard for both oral and written work.
27. She should be a favorite in the three-meter springboard and the platform, but things are never that simple for Clark.
28. Its eventual success acted as a springboard for the union boss, who looks much younger than his 56 years.
29. Here the viewing of the sequence is used as a springboard for a set of activities which follow it.
30. 25 In other words the lithosphere experiences flexure,[www.Sentencedict.com] just as a springboard does when a diver walks along it.
31. The continuity of a successful outcome of the tendering process is the springboard of a company's future growth and prosperity.
32. Biocentrism offers a springboard to make sense of aspects of biological and physical science which are currently insensible
33. Connectivity projects, cooperation in space, S&T and people-to-people exchanges could become a springboard for regional integration and prosperity.
34. Do the kinematics of a Baulked take-off in springboard diving differ from those of a completed dive J Sports Sci
35. 25 Lenin was not a nationalist, and his central political aim was to preserve the Republic as a springboard for world revolution.
36. Western officials promoted the site as a cradle of local entrepreneurship that would provide an economic springboard for the country.
37. In other words the lithosphere experiences flexure[http://Sentencedict.com], just as a springboard does when a diver walks along it.
38. Many younger academics will use this book as a springboard and an inspiration for their own work in the field.
39. Artefacts can stimulate inter disciplinary learning (IDL) as they provide a springboard, for example, to discussions and activities about history, culture and geography
40. The leaders of the Majority Socialists regarded the revolutionary legitimation of their authority not as a springboard but as a stigma.
41. Lenin was not a nationalist, and his central political aim was to preserve the Republic as a springboard for world revolution.
42. The Senate is notorious for closing ranks against any young politicians who try to use it as a springboard for something grander.
43. "It's a great kind of springboard," said Reid, who is planning a visit and is determined to learn the haka, the fierce Maori dance used to unsettle opponents before matches.
44. The Rencontres d'Arles is a summer photography festival founded in 1970, which has learned a world-wide reputation as a springboard for photographic and contemporary creative talents
45. Hitler was also convinced that yielding southern Italy would provide the Allies with a springboard for an invasion of the Balkans with its vital resources of oil, bauxite and copper.
46. 22 "It's a great kind of springboard," said Reid, who is planning a visit and is determined to learn the haka, the fierce Maori dance used to unsettle opponents before matches.
47. In complicating compliments about President Obama's "Articulateness," they brilliantly analyze his artful use of language--and America's response to it--as a springboard to consider larger, thought-provoking questions about language, education, power and what Toni Morrison has referred to …
48. Activation is the process by which a new (or newly restored) iPhone or iPod touch can get by the "Emergency Call Screen" or "Connect to iTunes" screen (not to be confused with Recovery Mode; the Activation screen has a battery icon in the top right corner to indicate this) to access the SpringBoard.
49. The believer says "our" and not "my" father, why he says "hevenes," rather than "heven," and why he says "halwed be thy name" when the name of God cannot be "Appaired nother amended."(54) The reference to "heavens" is used as a springboard for a discussion of the definition of the church (always an important subject for Lollards): "We schulle understonde that hevenes in this place beth