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Kuma-Ryu
also called "Bear Style"

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  1. an Okinawan-based system of karate utilizing upright stances, fast closing of space, and short-distance close-fighting techniques

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  2. Officially known as Kuma-Ryu Karate-Jutsu, the style incorporates joint locks, control and immobilization techniques, and meridian-point strikes (or "pressure points")

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  3. No high kicks are utilized in Kuma-Ryu

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  4. kicks are primarily directed at points on the legs

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  5. Techniques are extensively based on those found and concealed in the classical kata, or "forms" of Okinawa

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