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  1. Tuttle Dictionary of the Martial Arts of Korea, China & Japan; Sun-Jin Kim, Daniel Kogen, Nikolaos Kontoglannis, & Hall Wong; Charles A. Tuttle Company;1996
  2. A Dictionary of the Martial Arts; Louis Frederic; Charles A. Tuttle Company; 1988
  3. The Overlook Martial Arts Dictionary, Emil Farkas, John Corcoran; The Overlook Press; 1983
  4. Intermediate Ju Jitsu; George Kirby; Ohara; 1985
  5. Ju-Jitsu; Eddie Ferrie; Crowood Press; 1990
  6. Combat Ju-Jitsu-The Lost Art; D'Arcy Rahming; Modern Ju-Jutsu, Inc.; 1991
  7. Japan's Ultimate Martial Art; Darrell Max Craig; Charles A. Tuttle Company; 1995
  8. Karate; Richard J. Schmidt, James L. Hesson
  9. Kodokan Judo Jigoro Kano; Kodansha International; 1994
  10. The Martial Arts Encyclopedia Jennifer Lawler, Masters Press, 1996
  11. Japanese-English English-Japanese Dictionary Seigo Nakao, Random House, 1995
  12. Living Language Japanese Dictionary Ichiro Shirato (revised by Hiroko Storm), Crown Publishers, Inc., 1993


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