|arm-locking twist down (sumo)||小手捻り [こてひねり]|
|(baseball) an overhand throw, (sumo) a throw using the outside of the arm||上手投げ [うわてなげ]|
|(baseball) an underhand throw, (sumo) an underarm throw||下手投げ [したてなげ]|
|(in sumo and judo) posture in which the legs are firmly planted||二枚腰 [にまいごし]|
|(in sumo) a quick thrust of the hand||差し身 [さしみ]|
|(in sumo) being declared the winner of a bout||勝ち名乗り [かちなのり]|
|(in sumo) downing an opponent by grabbing his leg||足取り [あしとり]|
|(in sumo) still having slim chances of victory||生き体 [いきたい]|
|(member of one of) the top four ranks of sumo wrestlers||役力士 [やくりきし]|
|(sports or sumo) technique prize||技能賞 [ぎのうしょう]|
|(sudden) complete reversal (of plot), unexpected twist (at end of story)||どんでん返し [どんでんがえし]|
|(sumo winning technique of) thrusting down||突き落とし [つきおとし]|
|(sumo) any of the 105 family names available to professional sumo coaches||年寄名跡 [としよりみょうせき]|
|(sumo) era at the end of 1970s dominated by grand champion Wajima and ozeki Takanohana||貴輪 [きりん]|
|(sumo) era at the end of 1970s dominated by grand champion Wajima and ozeki Takanohana||貴輪時代 [きりんじだい]|
|(sumo) era at the turn of 1960s into 70s dominated by grand champions Kitanofuji and Tamanoumi||北玉 [きたたま]|
|(sumo) era at the turn of 1960s into 70s dominated by grand champions Kitanofuji and Tamanoumi||北玉時代 [きたたまじだい]|
|(sumo) era during 1960s dominated by grand champions Taiho and Kashiwado||柏鵬 [はくほう]|
|(sumo) era during 1960s dominated by grand champions Taiho and Kashiwado||柏鵬時代 [はくほうじだい]|
|(sumo) era during early 1900s dominated by the grand champions Hitachiyama and Umegatani II||常陸梅 [ひたちうめ]|
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