By George Dillman
History of Ryukyu Kempo
Principles of Tuite
The strain Points
Advanced Tuite Waza
Tuite security opposed to basic Assaults
Tuite security opposed to advanced Assaults
Advanced options in Tuite
Tuite as Bunkai
Point amazing Hand Configurations
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Advanced Pressure Point Grappling by George Dillman