Appel

beating the ground with the ball of the foot, either as a 'front foot' or 'rear foot' appel
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Appel

beating the ground with the ball of the foot, either as a 'front foot' or 'rear foot' appel
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Appel

Ap`pel' noun [ French, prop., a call. See Appeal , noun ] (Fencing) A tap or stamp of the foot as a warning of intent to attack; -- called also attack .
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Appel

• (n.) A tap or stamp of the foot as a warning of intent to attack; -- called also attack.
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APPEL

The term APPEL can refer to: == See also == ...
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Appel

Stamping the front foot to the ground, to produce a sound to distract or startle the opponent. This may be made during an advance, or directly from an en garde position. It may precede a lunge, or be used merely as a distraction. An appel is also sometimes called a 'half-Advance'. This action may also be used to halt a bout, often by stamping the t...
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