Synonyms for tricking or Related words with tricking

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Examples of "tricking"
Martial arts tricking, known simply as tricking, is a training discipline that combines martial arts kicks with flips and twists from gymnastics as well as many dance moves and styles from breakdancing. It aims to achieve an aesthetic display of different combinations of "tricks". Tricking practitioners are commonly referred to as trickers or tricksters, and can come from various martial arts backgrounds. Examples of tricking techniques include the flashkick, the butterfly twist and the double leg.
Mohini was also helped in tricking Demon Bhasmasura.
In addition to tricking Casbah on the swing, Bugs pretends to kiss Casbah by using a plunger and hitting him on the head. He continues tricking Casbah by painting a bomb to look like Daisy.
Since its rise in popularity, tricking has been featured in various media.
mcen165.2 crowned with thorns and everybody tricking him, and multiple wounds,
The actual sport of tricking is an internet phenomenon, emerging in the early 2000s. Xtreme Martial Arts is thought to be a close precursor to the sport, being shown at various martial arts tournaments in the 90s and early 2000s. By late 2003, the online tricking community was well-developed, bringing trickers from across the globe together. With the rise of YouTube, trickers were able to share their videos with others and the discipline experienced a massive rise in popularity and interest. Since the beginning of 2008, tricking has been receiving much wider publicity and popularity among the general public due to efforts of popular tricking teams.
Here, Ingram established his trademark of playfully "stick tricking" while drumming in perfect time.
Stone Soup is a folk story about tricking people to contribute to an ostensibly inedible soup.
The letters of tricking were often traced badly since they were not of immediate understanding for the reader always, thus leading to erroneous interpretations. Heralds did not like hatching, and the College of Arms gave preference to tricking even beyond the 17th century, sometimes even on the coloured and hatched images. It was so because the tricking was a simpler way to the drawer than hatching to designate the tinctures.
Since the early 17th century, tricking declined. However, it is sometimes still in use, mainly in British heraldry.
Another Talmudic legend has King Solomon tricking Asmodai into collaborating in the construction of the Temple of Jerusalem.
Tricking is a method for indicating the tinctures (colours) used in a coat of arms by means of text abbreviations written directly on the illustration. Tricking and hatching are the two primary methods employed in the system of heraldry to show colour in black and white illustrations.
The Reeve's Tale is about two clerks tricking a miller. This tale is possibly based on Boccaccio's sixth story in "The Decameron."
Viswanath even tries to steal the woman Mukundan loves, Sumitra, and plans to marry her by tricking her family into thinking that he is rich.
Many others of Till's pranks are scatological in nature, and involve tricking people into touching, smelling, or even eating Till's excrement.
Some commentators, including former World Cup referee Brian Hall, have condemned Müller for using theatrical action to "gain unfair advantage" by "tricking the referee".
Slashdot altered its threaded discussion forum display software because "users made a sport out of tricking unsuspecting readers into visiting [goatse.cx]".
There several more tales of Danzaburou's antics, but also a legend that he once lost to a man in a battle of wits, and ceased tricking humans.
Later, Karkas captured Warlord Kro. Karkas attempted to save Margo Damian's life by tricking Ghaur. Karkas helped fight Ghaur's army, and was present at Margo's burial.
This species attracts "Desmometopa" flies of the family Milichiidae by simulating the scent of an injured honey bee, tricking the flies into pollinating.