Leap may refer to:
- Leap (album), a 2004 album by progressive jazz group Drop Trio
- Leap (education and training),a project based in Suffolk, England
- Leap (music), a melodic interval
- Leap, County Cork, a village in Ireland
- Leap, County Laois, a townland in County Laois, Ireland
- Great Leap Forward, the period (1958 to 1961) of the 2nd 5-year plan in China
- Leap of leopards, a collective noun
- Leap Wireless, a provider of wireless services
- Leap Motion, a motion-sensing technology (for human–computer interaction) company; 2012 devices
LEAP may mean:
- LEAP:Long range Energy Alternatives Planning System: a software tool for energy and environmental planning.
- LEAPS (finance), long-term stock options
- LEAP programming language
- Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, an organization of current and former police officers and other law enforcement officials that oppose drug prohibition
- Law Enforcement Assistance Program (L.E.A.P.), a computerised system used by the Victoria Police in Australia
- Law Enforcement Availability Pay - A US federal Law enforcement benefit
- Lightweight Exo-Atmospheric Projectile (LEAP) see RIM-161 Standard missile 3
- Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol for wireless computer networks
- Literacy, Education and Abilities Program, a Scientology-connected group affiliated with Applied Scholastics
- Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty, the social welfare programm of Ghana
- Local Employment Access Projects, which help people from disadvantaged communities find employment
- Localized Encryption and Authentication Protocol for Sensor Networks
- Local-electrode atom probe, an atomic-resolution microscope
- Leap Personal Publisher, as of at least 2009 known as iLeap
- Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP), including the integrated Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (iLEAP)
- LEAP2020 or Leap2020 (Laboratoire Européen d'Anticipation Politique), the Global European Anticipation Bulletin or GEAB
- LEAP is also the ICAO code for Empuriabrava Airfield at Girona province in Spain.
- LEAP English Academy: Former official name for International Academy - LEAP
Other articles related to "leap":
... Formed in 2010 by Leap and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Leap for Business is a free signposting service offering independent, impartial and comprehensive skills advice to ...
... Lover's Leap is a popular climbing destination with over one hundred and fifty established routes ... The 'Leap gained its current climbing popularity during the 1960s and 1970s, a period during which the first ascents of most notable new lines were done ... from Yosemite during the 1970s, and opened the first climbing school at Lover's Leap ...
... Leap was established in 2007 by University Campus Suffolk, Suffolk Learning and Skills Council and Suffolk County Council with funding from East of England Development Agency and is the umbrella ... Leap delivers free information, advice and guidance to everyone seeking education or training opportunities and also works with businesses aiming to improve the skills of their workforce ... The first students enrolled on courses through the Leap Centres in September 2007 ...
... The cliffs of Lover's Leap run horizontally through the Eldorado National Forest for over a third of a mile (0.6 km), with heights between 250–600 feet (76–183 m) ... The historic Pony Express trail roughly parallels Route 50, and runs directly beneath Lover's Leap ... Service operates the nearby Lover's Leap Campground, and the historic Strawberry Lodge is also nearby ...
... Leap is a collaboration of strategic partners and education providers that includes University Campus Suffolk, Suffolk County Council, West Suffolk College, Suffolk ... The Leap Website is the central portal for information about adult learning and skills courses in Suffolk and enables individuals to browse the course database and choose ... Leap is implementing core government policy by helping to raise the skills levels and employment chances of individuals ...
Famous quotes containing the word leap:
“Many a time I have seen my mother leap up from the dinner table to engage the swarming flies with an improvised punkah, and heard her rejoice and give humble thanks simultaneously that Baltimore was not the sinkhole that Washington was.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)
“Infinite hungers leap no more
In the chance swaying of your dress;
And love has changed to kindliness.”
—Rupert Brooke (18871915)
“Quotations in my work are like wayside robbers who leap out armed and relieve the stroller of his conviction.”
—Walter Benjamin (18921940)