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  • Edward William Barton-Wright [r]: One of the first Europeans to teach Japanese martial arts and pioneer hybrid martial arts. [e]
  • Fencing [r]: A sport of fighting with blunted swords in accordance with set rules in order to score points. [e]
  • Martial arts (General) [r]: Codified systems of both armed and weaponless, or empty-handed, skills intended to develop and increase proficiency in combat. [e]
  • Pierre Vigny [r]: (1869 - ?) Swiss master-at-arms who specialised in the French savate style of martial arts and in the art of stick fighting known as La canne. [e]