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" Japan. received a final sponging over from his attendant, and then proceeded to challenge. This consisted in placing a hand on each thigh, just above the knee ; then stooping slightly, lifting each leg in turn, at the same time raising the hand, and replacing... "
Our Life in Japan - 201. oldal
szerző: Richard Mounteney Jephson, Edward Pennell Elmhirst - 1869 - 428 oldal
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Harper's Magazine, 39. kötet

1869
...to the ground. Jn this way they went on slowly and deliberately in front of each other for about n minute. Then keeping their hands still on their thighs,...on their heels face to face and about a foot apart. The match was evidently one which excited much more interest than common. The two wrestlers were the...

FRASER'S MAGAZINE

James Anthony Froude,M.A. - 1871
...their satisfaction, each took a pinch of salt from a cup handed to him, 1871] ' Ours ' »я Japan. received a final sponging over from his attendant,...&c. He was a rather showily-dressed individual, and carried a rod in his hand, with which to signal to those engaged to stop or go on, or to pronounce...

Fraser's Magazine, 83. kötet

1871
...to their satisfaction, each took a pinch of salt from a cup handed to him, 1871] ' Ours ' in, Japan. received a final sponging over from his attendant,...&c. He was a rather showily-dressed individual, and carried a rod in his hand, with which to signal to those engaged to stop or go on, or to pronounce...

Fraser's Magazine, 3. kötet

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1871
...time raising the hand, and replacing it with a loud smack, as the foot came sharply to the ground. Iii this way they went on slowly and deliberately in front...of birth and residence, previous performances, &c. Ho was a rather showily-dressed individual, and carried a rod in his hand, with which to signal to...

Harper's, 39. kötet

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1869
...slowly and deliberately in front of each other for about a minute. Then keeping their hands si ill on their thighs, they squatted on their heels face to face and about a foot apart. The match was evidently one which excited much more interest than common. The two wrestlers were the...




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