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Kneeling Guarding Position


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "kneeling guarding position" is a label that's used to identify a specific key phrase within the system's spoken language and written language.

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "kneeling guarding position" is defined as;
1. an expression that refers to the kneeling stance,
2. an expression that refers to "Left Leg and Right Leg / Guarding Position 5",
3. in context with basic skill development, a specific unobstructed or obstructed posture that is used in the symbolic process of keeping one's body or parts of it from harm.
4. in context with intermediate skill development, a specific unobstructed or obstructed posture that is used in the actual process of keeping one's body or parts of it from harm,
5. in context with advanced skill development, a specific unobstructed or obstructed posture that is used in the actual process of keeping one's body or parts of it from harm.
 
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Kneeling Stance


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "kneeling stance" is a label that's used to identify a specific key phrase within the system's spoken language and written language.

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "kneeling stance" is defined as;
1. an expression that refers to "Left Leg and Right Leg / Guarding Position 5",
2. in context with basic skill development, a specific unobstructed or obstructed posture that is used in the symbolic process of keeping one's body or parts of it from harm.
3. in context with intermediate skill development, a specific unobstructed or obstructed posture that is used in the actual process of keeping one's body or parts of it from harm,
4. in context with advanced skill development, a specific unobstructed or obstructed posture that is used in the actual process of keeping one's body or parts of it from harm
.
 
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Entry link: Kneeling Stance

Knife

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "knife" is a label that's used to identify a specific key term within the system's spoken language and written language.

Definition:
In this system, the key term "knife" is defined as;
1. a specific type of weapon,
2. a weapon used to cut, jab, or slash a person
.

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Entry link: Knife

Knocking Out


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "knocking out" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition: In this system, the key phrase "knocking out" is defined as; the active process of striking or grappling for the purpose of rendering an opponent unconscious.

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Entry link: Knocking Out

Knockout


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "knockout" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key term "knockout" is defined as;
1. an expression that refers to knockout the opponent,
2. to render the opponent unconscious,
3. to render the opponent unconscious by means of blunt force trauma, or suffocation,
4. to render the opponent unconscious by means of striking or grappling
.
 
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Entry link: Knockout

Knockout an Opponent


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "knockout an opponent" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "knockout an opponent" is defined as;
1. to render the opponent unconscious,
2. to render the opponent unconscious by means of blunt force trauma, or suffocation,
3. to render the opponent unconscious by means of striking or grappling.
 
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Knockout Opponent


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "knockout opponent" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "knockout opponent" is defined as;
1. to render the opponent unconscious,
2. to render the opponent unconscious by means of blunt force trauma, or suffocation,
3. to render the opponent unconscious by means of striking or grappling.
 
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Entry link: Knockout Opponent

Knockout the Opponent


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "knockout the opponent" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "knockout the opponent" is defined as;
1. to render the opponent unconscious,
2. to render the opponent unconscious by means of blunt force trauma, or suffocation,
3. to render the opponent unconscious by means of striking or grappling.
 
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Entry link: Knockout the Opponent

Knowledge

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "knowledge" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key term "knowledge" is defined as; the act of absorbing, accepting, adopting, retaining, the intellectual content that is associated with learning about the system's ideologies, methodologies, processes, and practices.

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Entry link: Knowledge

Known Vulnerabilities

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "known vulnerabilities" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "known vulnerabilities" is defined as;
1. vulnerabilities that a practitioner is mindful of,
2.
in context with stage one processes, stage two processes, and/or stage three processes, processing vulnerabilities that a practitioner is mindful of.


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