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Cumberland and Westmorland Styles I
Cornish and Devonshire Styles
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adversary adversary's after-play allowed Amateur Wrestling Ambleside antagonist arm round assailant athletic exercises attack and defence back-heel buttock Carlisle catch CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN catch-hold style celebrated champions chest chip clasp commence constitutes a fall contest Cornwall and Devon counties cross-buttock cross-heave Cumber Cumberland and Westmorland Cumbrian Devonian Donald Dinnie double nelson elbow encounter expert exponents Flying Mare forbidden fore-hand play formidable French wrestling frequently Grasmere grasp grip ground wrestling Half-nelson hands fast hank head heave hipe hiper inside click Inside Lock Forward jacket jerk knee Lancashire style Lancashire wrestling land and Westmorland left hand left leg left side lift Longtown match north-country opponent opponent's left opponent's right position practised present day prize proficient referee Richard Wright right arm right hand round the waist rules shoulders sport stand Strangler stroke struggle style of wrestling taking hold throw touches the ground twist your right weight Westmorland fashion Westmorland style whereas wrestlers wrist