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atemiwaza

Technique of striking or kicking to disable the opponent.
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Resident Caleb Atemi told the Star on the phone yesterday that tenants used to get water throughout the week since 2007.
Produced by MOB Entertainment, the album will feature various artists from across Africa, including Kenya's Atemi, Khaligraph Jones, Wyre, Juacali, The Kansoul, Johny Skani, Qritiqal and Diana Mayaka.
Kenyans first got a public glimpse of Mr Raval's dalliance with the political elite through former vice-president Kalonzo Musyoka's memoirs titled Against All Odds, co-authored by former Nation journalist Caleb Atemi.In the book, Mr Musyoka reveals how a surprise meeting over dinner at the home of Mr Raval days to the 2007 General Election set the stage for Mr Kalonzo's appointment as vice-president.
"Unlike the BUCS Atemi Nationals, these competitions have a 'judo feel' to them and feature around 600 attendees.
Head down to the festival to find out the difference between 'Atemi waza' and 'Furimi' techniques and what it takes to earn your first belt.
Cushman & Wakefield has advised Lehman Brothers Real Estate and its French partner the private company Atemi on the largest single-asset deal in Europe, the purchase of the Coeur D6fense office complex in Paris.
It would have been interesting to have had the Attitude Toward Educational Measurement Inventory (ATEMI; Bryant & Barnes, 1997) available at the start of this study (1996) for use to compare with the ATS, SCS, and measurement course outcome.
figure By FRANCIS MUREITHI The President of the Polish Aikido Association Sensei Piotr Borowski will visit the country next month to conduct a series of workshop to update the local officials and upcoming Taikan martial artists on the latest tactics and rules of the game.According to Taikan Martial Arts Academy chief executive officer Caleb Atemi, the respected sensei Borowski who is a 6th Dan Aikido holder will arrive in the country on February 11 and will hold workshops in Nairobi, Mombasa and Nyeri for workshops that will run from February 12 to March 9.
The 2015 BUCS Jiu Jitsu Atemi National Championships welcomed 700 competitors to Sheffield.