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  11. <title>[Journal - 11.28]</title>
  12. <description>In a rarity for me, I am actually posting something timely here! Although by the time most people read this, the championship will likely already be over.</description>
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  17. <title>[Journal - 11.21]Traditions fair and fowl</title>
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  23. <title>[Notes - 10.31]The October gauntlet</title>
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  29. <title>[Notes - 9.13]Gearing up</title>
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  35. <title>[Notes - 8.24]The Soulik sidestep</title>
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