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First it is necessary to know, that the human arm can be divided in three parts, the Strong, the Half-Strong, and the Weak, as shown on figure 1.

The head has two parts, the Strong and the Weak. On top of the head (A) is the Weak, and below (B) the Strong.

The body and feet have three parts, the Strong, Half-Strong and Weak, marked C, D and E in figure 1.

When you try to break free from a hold, you must usually apply the Half-Strong of your arm to the Weak of your Adversarii.

When Adversarius grasps your right arm, you free it outwards, as in N 2.

When Adversarius grasps your left arm, you free it outwards, as in N 3.

When Adversarius grasps your right arm, you free it inwards.

When Adversarius grasps your left arm, you free it inwards.

When Adversarius grasps your right arm, so strike Adversarium strongly on his arm-joint as in N4.

Do the same when Advers. grasps your left arm.

When Adversarius grasps with his right hand the strong of your left arm, grab with both hands over his weak and push down as in N 5.

Do the same when he grasps with his left hand the strong of your right arm.

When Adversarius grasps both of your arms, free yourself outwards as in N 6.

When Adversarius grasps both of your arms, free yourself inwards.

When Adversarius grasps both of your arms, strike him with both hands on his elbows, as in N 7.

When you can get your fingers between those of Adversarii, so press his hands back, then he must sink to his knee, which N 8 shows, or turn his fingers outwards, so will he sprain them.

When Adversarius wants to throw a jar or some such at you, advance towards him with your arms crosswise, covering your head, as in N 9.

When Adversarius grasps you crosswise, you free yourself outwards, as in N 10.

When Adversarius grasps you crosswise, you free yourself inwards.

When Adversarius grasps you with both hands in the strong of your arms, so place your right hand on your right hip, and strike with your right elbow his hands away, as shown in N 11.

Or strike his hands away with your left elbow.

Or when Adversarius grasps you in this way, so strike with your right arm over both his arms, so he must let go, as shown in N 12.

Or with your left arm over both his arms.

When Adversarius has taken your right hand at the weak, free yourself outwards, as in N 13.

The same inwards.

When Adversarius has taken your left hand at the weak, free yourself outwards, as in N 14.

The same inwards.

When Adversarius has taken both your hands at the weak, so free yourself with both hands outwards, as in N 15.

The same inwards.

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