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kendo:

martial artsmartial arts,
various forms of self-defense, usually weaponless, based on techniques developed in ancient China, India, and Tibet. In modern times they have come into wide use for self-protection, as competitive sports, and for exercise.
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kendo

the Japanese art of fencing with pliable bamboo staves or, sometimes, real swords: strict conventions are observed
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Londoner Martin Ruane was Giant Haystacks and weighed in at 48st, while red masked fighter Kendo Nagasaki turned out to be Peter Thornley and not a Japanese samurai when he was spectacularly unmasked by Big Daddy during a televised bout in 1975.
It was the first time Kendo martial arts was introduce in Karachi.
It was the first time that Kendo martial arts was introduce in Karachi.
He returned in 1981 to face Nagasaki impersonator King Kendo in a 'loser loses mask' match-up.
While men were at football matches, many women were at home watching Mick McManus, Kendo Nagasaki, and Jackie Pallo knock seven bells out of each other - yet somehow emerge unscathed.
While men were out at football matches or the pub, many women were at home watching the big names like Kendo Nagasaki, Mick McManus and Jackie Pallo knock seven bells out of each other - yet somehow emerge unscathed.
This "public" nature of martial arts has been demonstrated by Bennett in the case of Kendo when demonstrating that the development of the martial art is bound up with Japanese notions of nationalism.
A group of Japanese drummers, karate, aikido, kendo, sumo, Iaido, judo sportsmen, as well as cosplay (costume show) artists will perform at the event.
The new generation of energy audit tools the Auriga team has created now incorporates web and mobile hybrid clients built with Kendo UI and Cordova frameworks, and depends on an AWS-based back-end featuring business APIs in front of Oracle and deployment of Entity frameworks.
Free events are taking place from 11am to 4pm including a Bon Odori folk dance, a tea ceremony, Kendo martial art, a piano and music ensemble, calligraphy and origami, and a manga and animation workshop.
Fifteen Olympic and non-Olympic games are currently on the program: aikido, boxing, fencing, judo, ju-jitsu, karate, kendo, kickboxing, Muay Thai, sambo, savate, sumo, taekwondo, wrestling, and wushu.
She placed a "bait" package on her porch and laid in ambush with a spray can of pepper bear repellant and her wooden bokken, a training sword used in Kendo, the samurai art of sword fighting.