Japanese stranglehold


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Japanese stranglehold

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(Wrestling) a wrestling hold in which an opponent's wrists are pulled to cross his or her arms in front of his or her own neck and exert pressure on the windpipe
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Noun1.Japanese stranglehold - a wrestling hold in which the opponent's arms are crossed in front of his own neck to exert pressure on his windpipe
wrestling hold - a hold used in the sport of wrestling
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America's Ray Carrasco broke the Japanese stranglehold on the European Seniors Tour when he closed with a three-under-par 69 to claim his first Seniors Tour title over the Edinburgh course at Wentworth.
America's Ray Carrasco broke the Japanese stranglehold on the European Seniors Tour when he closed with a threeunder-par 69 to claim his first Seniors Tour title over the Edinburgh course at Wentworth.
He not only wants to pry loose the Japanese stranglehold on the $5 billion flat-panel display market, he wants his newly-formed Vancouver company, Sarif Inc.

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