bladework

bladework

(ˈbleɪdˌwɜːk)
n
skilful use of a blade, esp with reference to rowing
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But it's not just finalist Ray Quinn's fancy bladework which has caught everyone's eye - it's impossible not to notice he's undergone quite a torso transformation too.
"Christmas's bladework is still good and he is short--a small target to hit."
Sword-fighting too, will never be the same, where the most cut-throat bladework is carried out by the women.
Wooge has since thrived in the position, giving the crew more fluency, but when under pressure in a piece of work on Wednesday the stroke side's bladework tended to be erratic and unbalanced.