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sal·to

 (sôl′tō)
n. pl. sal·tos
A somersault.

[Italian, jump, from Old Italian, from Latin saltus; see somersault.]
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Salto

(Spanish ˈsalto)
n
(Placename) a port in NW Uruguay, on the Uruguay River. It is Uruguay's second largest city. Pop: 105 000 (2005 est)
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En su flujo a traves de Jalisco atraviesa los municipios de Ocotlan, Poncitlan, Atequiza, Atotonilquillo, Juanacatlan, El Salto, Tonala, entre otros.
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A Figura 1 apresenta os valores do salto verticais sem contra movimento (38,6 [+ o -] 3,9 cm) e do salto vertical com contra movimento (45,2 [+ o -] 6,4 cm), no qual o salto com auxilio dos bracos apresentou uma maior altura alcancada significativamente, p=0,000, que representa 100% dos casos.