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Sun Jun 10 2001 at 3:57:41
Some other uses of
The identifiable 'accent' associated with a particular telegraph operator. According to
, the patterns associated with individual operaters are sufficiently unique that it is possible to recognize them fairly accurately (and also to fake them).
--possibly a bad translation from Asian-language
martial arts movies
. I recall hearing it used this way in
Fist of Legend
--as a Westerner with no martial arts experience, it seems odd to me to break down how one fights into different sets of moves. Particularly when a single person knows several fists, it was initially baffling that s/he wouldn't simply learn a bunch of stuff and use whatever made the most sense at the time--rather, the characters seemed to decide on a fist, and then use it until there was a conscious decision to change fists. I've been trying to explain it to myself, and it seems as though there might be
s associated with particular moves, as well as sets of moves that
well--since you really DO need to make a conscious decision to adopt a particular stance, you're already committing yourself to one set of moves or another at that point.
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