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  • noun Alternative form of stickfighting.

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Examples

  • Jacob Zuma is a former goatherd, a master of traditional Zulu stick-fighting, a resistance hero, a one-time spymaster, a graceful dancer, and the father of some 20 children.

    Jacob’s Ladder

  • Jacob Zuma is a former goatherd, a master of traditional Zulu stick-fighting, a resistance hero, a one-time spymaster, a graceful dancer, and the father of some 20 children.

    Jacob’s Ladder

  • Jacob Zuma is a former goatherd, a master of traditional Zulu stick-fighting, a resistance hero, a one-time spymaster, a graceful dancer, and the father of some 20 children.

    Jacob’s Ladder

  • Jacob Zuma is a former goatherd, a master of traditional Zulu stick-fighting, a resistance hero, a one-time spymaster, a graceful dancer, and the father of some 20 children.

    Jacob’s Ladder

  • You know, Bartitsu — the 19th century “gentlemanly art of self-defense,” AKA Victorian stick-fighting … coming to Seattle via seminar on March 6, at the School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts.

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  • You know, Bartitsu — the 19th century “gentlemanly art of self-defense,” AKA Victorian stick-fighting … coming to Seattle via seminar on March 6, at the School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts.

    Calling Seattle-Area Victoriana Buffs

  • The term escrima has been applied to stick-fighting as done in the Philippines – it is said by some that an escrima or arnis master can use even a simple ballpen as a martial arts weapon in stick-fighting and come out the winner.

    Forbidden Uniform | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Harundo was a form of stick-fighting, and these were their weapons.

    Excerpt: Foundling by D Cornish

  • Zuma later explained: "I spoke of how when I was a boy we still trained in stick-fighting, and if you saw a boy who was effeminate, a sissy, he was beaten up because everyone had to learn to fight and be strong."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But the Bartitsu Society is the first site to put together the full picture of this interesting martial art - a hybrid of boxing, savate, stick-fighting and jiu-jitsu - that Barton-Wright promoted around 1899-1901.

    Bartitsu

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