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WARDED LOCKS
HAPKIDO
ANKLE LOCK SUBMISSION
NAVIGABLE
FIRST LOCKS
WARWICK
MCINTYRE LOCKS
HURLESTON
STRIKING TECHNIQUES
JUTAIJUTSU
TENSION WRENCH
NAPTON FLIGHT
SNAKY LOCKS
PICKING LOCKS
CALCUTT
SUMMIT LEVEL
BRAUNSTON JUNCTION
LIFT BRIDGES
THREE LOCKS
FIVE LOCKS
SEVEN LOCKS
GRAPPLING
WIDE LOCKS
SIX LOCKS
MILE
HITS
SUMMIT
DIMENSIONS
ROPE
HANDS
BREAK
PIECES
SAMBO
KNEE
UPSTREAM
GATES
TRAVELLING
PUNISHING JOINT LOCKS
BLOCKING
CAGE
ROUTE
WRESTLER
OPPONENT
PLACE
ANDERTON BOAT LIFT
STENT
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Definitions

  1. Locks are used to make a river more easily navigable, or to allow a canal to take a reasonably direct line across country that is not level.
  2. Locks are listed under Locks on the River Thames.
  3. Two Locks is a suburb of Cwmbran in the county borough of Torfaen, traditional county of Monmouthshire, southern Wales, United Kingdom.
  4. Locks are always released in case of an error. (Web site)
  5. Deep locks were used wherever possible, with single gates at both ends instead of double gates. (Web site)

Warded Locks

  1. With a warded pick, warded locks are probably the easiest type of lock to pick.

Hapkido

  1. Description: Hapkido combines joint locks, pressure points, throws, kicks, and strikes for practical self-defense. (Web site)

Ankle Lock Submission

  1. Angle hits another slam on Benjamin, he then locks the Ankle lock submission on Haas as he attempts to beat the odds tonight. (Web site)
  2. Angle locks the Ankle lock submission on Haas, just when he's bout to tap, Benjamin interferes breaking the hold. (Web site)

Navigable

  1. This is a narrow canal - the locks are 7 feet wide, and it is still navigable to Aylesbury Basin.
  2. Both Dnieper and Desna around Kiev are navigable, although regulated by the reservoir shipping locks and limited by winter freezing-over. (Web site)

First Locks

  1. First locks of the day are at Hillmorton, 3 here, these will be the last of the narrow locks for a couple of months.

Warwick

  1. We start with narrow locks on the Oxford canal, then by contrast once on the Grand Union canal wide locks take us down to Warwick, in the Avon Valley.
  2. We travel swiftly up these wide locks through lush greenery and from the top we have super views back over Warwick and the county below.

Mcintyre Locks

  1. McIntyre locks in the same modified front face lock, but JoMo fights out with a series of forearms and kicks. (Web site)

Hurleston

  1. Traveling towards Hurleston you cross the Chirk Aqueduct and down the first two locks.
  2. We leave Nantwich basin for a short boat through flat Cheshire countryside and ascend the flight of four locks of Hurleston to arrive on The Llangollen.

Striking Techniques

  1. The style encompasses throws, locks, and striking techniques, with a strong emphasis on throws, locks, and defensive techniques. (Web site)

Jutaijutsu

  1. This tape concentrates on the art of jutaijutsu which includes grappling, locks, chokes, throws etc., and counters against such attacks. (Web site)

Tension Wrench

  1. Your success in opening "tight" locks will depend on the skill you have developed with your tension wrench.
  2. As a rule, though, wafer locks need less play with the tension wrench than with pin tumbler locks.

Napton Flight

  1. The farm is in the parish of Napton-on-the-Hill, which is well known for the Napton flight of locks on the Oxford Canal, and also for its windmill.

Snaky Locks

  1. On the left arm was a shield and in its center appeared a lifelike representation of the head of Medusa with the snaky locks. (Web site)

Picking Locks

  1. A tension wrench is a tool used in picking locks.

Calcutt

  1. We moored for the night just below the Calcutt Locks at Napton. (Web site)
  2. We descend through wide locks from now on starting with Calcutt, Stockton, Bascote, Fosse and Radford locks.

Summit Level

  1. At Braunston we turn right and shortly join the former Grand Junction Canal before climbing the 6 locks of the Braunston flight to reach the summit level.
  2. After winding round Napton Hill, the canal ascends the Napton flight of nine locks to a summit level. (Web site)

Braunston Junction

  1. The start of this trip contains no locks until you get to Braunston Junction - a hive of activity.

Lift Bridges

  1. Between the top of the locks and Hockley Heath there are two lift bridges.
  2. Under various raised lift bridges, and past totally rural scenes, we arrive at Hurleston locks, which we descend to join the Shropshire Union canal.

Three Locks

  1. We completed the Birmingham & Fazeley Canal today, with three locks at Minworth and eleven locks at Curdworth.

Five Locks

  1. We carried on along the Oxford Canal, and went down the flight of five locks at Claydon. (Web site)
  2. There are several lift bridges and at Stockton Brook a flight of five locks raises the canal over 40 feet into stone wall country. (Web site)
  3. The section to Five locks was restored over the next two years, and was formally opened on 24 May 1997 by the Mayor of Torfaen.

Seven Locks

  1. This system of rivers and canals, spanning 229 miles and seven locks, links the Volga River with the Baltic Sea.

Grappling

  1. Capoeira also puts a heavy emphasis on ground fighting, but not grappling and locks. (Web site)
  2. Jujutsu is a general Japanese term encompassing mostly unarmed martial arts with strikes, throws, grappling and locks and those using small weapons.
  3. Grappling, locks, restraints, throws, and vital point strikes are taught in some styles. (Web site)

Wide Locks

  1. Join the mighty Grand Union Canal with its wide locks and twisting tunnel at Braunston. (Web site)
  2. Cruise through the wide locks of the Rochdale Nine and the heart of Manchester Night Life. (Web site)
  3. The Grand Union Canal and the Leeds & Liverpool Canal have some fine scenery but wide locks which can be a bit daunting at first.

Six Locks

  1. Canal cruising along the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal is a breeze, partly because there are only six locks along its 33-mile (53km) length. (Web site)

Mile

  1. The canal starts right in the heart of central Birmingham, dropping through 13 locks in less than a mile at Farmer's Bridge by the Post Office Tower. (Web site)

Hits

  1. Grappling, throws, hits and locks are also used, as well as Luohan techniques, breathing exercises and pressure point attacks.
  2. McIntyre locks in a modified front face lock, but Morrison works his way out and hits an arm drag. (Web site)

Summit

  1. The other end of the summit is defined by a flight of 9 locks called Napton Hill.

Dimensions

  1. The 16 locks in the adjacent Rhine-Main-Danube Canal and the Danube itself are of the same dimensions.

Rope

  1. The rope is passed round the roller a few times so that it locks upon itself. (Web site)

Hands

  1. As the SORT team locks the prison down, they discover the dead body of Tobias Beecher's father who died at the hands of Franklin Winthrop. (Web site)

Break

  1. He can dodge traps, pick locks, sneak past security, and break into almost any location.
  2. Houdinis chief assistant, Franz Kukol, came from backstage with an ax in his hands, prepared to break the locks to save the magician. (Web site)

Pieces

  1. Active camming devices have a built-in mechanism that locks off the rope without the help of any other pieces of equipment.

Sambo

  1. The self-defense part of SAMBO is based on body movements and locks with a few punches and kicks. (Web site)
  2. Sambo allows joint locks, though chokes are not allowed in sport Sambo wrestling.

Knee

  1. DiBiase is pissed now and drives the knee into his shoulder, and now he locks on the Million Dollar Dream.

Upstream

  1. Cascade Locks is located just upstream from the Bridge of the Gods, a toll bridge that spans the Columbia River. (Web site)

Gates

  1. The two locks at Botterham are a staircase, locks placed close together which share gates.
  2. A few narrow locks imitate wide locks in having paired gates at both ends (e.g. (Web site)
  3. When Marines could not break the locks on houses, they often used explosives to blow holes through front doors and gates. (Web site)

Travelling

  1. Travelling down the canal you go through the towns of Ellesmere and Whitchurch to Grindley Brook with its three locks in a staircase.
  2. Travelling towards Hurleston you cross the Chirk Aqueduct and down the first two locks.
  3. I was travelling near the Hatton Locks of the Birmingham leg of the Grand Union Canal yesterday and paused to take some photographs.

Punishing Joint Locks

  1. Pankratiasts were highly-skilled grapplers and were extremely effective in applying a variety of takedowns, chokes, and punishing joint locks. (Web site)

Blocking

  1. Joint and knee locks and kicks, low front kicks while moving forward and blocking after turning are techniques that require lots of practice.

Cage

  1. The magician locks his assistant in a cage, then locks himself in another.
  2. The magician locks her burly assistant in a cage, then locks herself in another.

Route

  1. Snarestone and Return 102 Miles, 8 Locks, 1 Week Cruise (LIGHT GREEN ROUTE) An easy route for the first timer with only a few locks through rural England. (Web site)

Wrestler

  1. With the same arm, the wrestler reaches around the ankle and through the opening formed by the legs, and locks his hands together as in a Cloverleaf. (Web site)

Opponent

  1. A wrestler stands in front of an opponent and locks his hands around the opponent, squeezing him. (Web site)
  2. The jutaijutsu throws, locks and chokes the opponent but leaving him with his life, giving him an opportunity to surrender.

Place

  1. Directions: Boarding takes place in the town of Cascade Locks (45 minutes east of Portland).

Anderton Boat Lift

  1. The maximum size of the locks is 196 by 35 feet (60 by 11 m) above the Anderton boat lift, and 213 by 37 feet (65 by 11 m) below it.

Stent

  1. When the balloon is inflated, the stent expands, locks in place and forms a rigid support to hold the artery open.

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