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She grabbed his wrist and twisted him into the same judo hold she'd had me in back at Civic Center.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Without thought there came back to him the long hours of training in hand weapons, in judo, in hand to hand combat.
MEDAL OF HONORDALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
The president of the college of Sora was the second in rank in the Judo-Babylonian community.
Menachem ben Saruk, first grammarian and one of the founders of Judo-Spanish culture, 215.
The teacher, however, snared the cadet in a neo-judo hold that no neophyte, however skilled or strong could break.
MAN OF MANY MINDSE. EVERETT EVANS
Seeing he couldn't make the fellow listen, Hanlon threw him with a super-judo trick, then sat on him.
MAN OF MANY MINDSE. EVERETT EVANS
Thus arose a Judo-Greek literature, which spread and bore fruit, influencing an ever-widening circle.
Thus they founded Judo-Christian colonies, of which that at Rome in time became the chief.
Judo techniques, however skillfully and powerfully applied, do not and can not kill instantly.
I noticed at the Judo the small waists of all these people; they breathe always from the abdomen.

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