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  • Melanie looks into de l'Epee's eyes and says what she's never said to anyone.

    A Maiden's Grave

  • A teacher from de l'Epee's school, Laurent Clerc, came to America in the early 1800s with Thomas Gallaudet-he was a minister from Connecticut-and set up a school for the deaf in Hartford.

    A Maiden's Grave

  • In The Shovel and the Epee, Sam Sheridan looks at striking in MMA versus boxing:

    The Shovel and the Epee « Isegoria

  • In the end I wanted to face the people, not the game, and I think it was Epee that finally gave me the taste I had been waiting for: to fail, be outmatched, to train, to overcome, to face again, using experience, the broad view, and the narrow view.

    Fevered still: chess, epee and sex on a spoon?

  • Boxing and Epee are sort of similar in that you need to be in a relaxed state with your arms, in the beta zone, but with instant focus and then action.

    Palliative uncovered: wheelchair boxing, being in the now, and what's left.

  • I dreamt of seeing my name up there in the top 10 nationally in fencing Epee.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I finished Epee, and now, the life I knew from last year is gone too.

    The late post: speaking plainly

  • Another relative does the formal horse training, Dressage, and I always said, that while Epee is expensive $5,000-$6000 to compete nationally, $20,000+ internationally a year, that is nothing compared to Dressage or the Olympic Horse sports, as while I can throw another blade in my gear bag, “just in case” can you imagine shipping TWO or THREE horses to each event?

    Pets: Getting to know you....

  • Epee fits you so well because it requires physical prowess and a brain that can analyze situations and come up with multiple solutions extremely quickly.

    What is worth fighting for?

  • I guess that's why I was so fascinated with Epee too... it's like mind-games or chess... you have to anticipate your opponents next move while trying to hid yours.

    What is worth fighting for?

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