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Indoor activities include a program scavenger hunt, demos of fall programs such as karate, dance, basketball, swimming, gymnastics and more, plus enjoy pool activities and water slides.
Some couples sacrifice their fashion and fitness by saving every cent for their children – karate, summer camps and college are costly.
At one point, the karate classes expanded into the Lafitte development, according to a 2002 Times-Picayune story about an academy event.
Besides their big move, this season the family also takes their first international trip together to the United Kingdom and later to Vermont, all of course while managing the day-to-day activities like swimming lessons, karate and speech therapy.
Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi will host trampoline and tumbling; cheerleading, jump rope, baton twirling, sport stacking, boys and girls wrestling, taekwondo, karate, powerlifting, weightlifting and all sports combine.
Using grant money, Wethersfield's five elementary schools launched new after-school programming this year including cooking classes, art and karate.
Or how about the inversion of creepy, when Dougie-Coop karate chops his armed assassin, and the Evolution of the Arm telling him to squeeze off the attacker's hand, and the piece of skin left over on the gun.
The 1984 film told the story of a teen who learns about self-confidence through the study of karate.
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Origin and Etymology of karate
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
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