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Kaitain at AllExperts (295 words)
Kaitain is the capital planet of the Imperium and the seat of power of the Imperial House Corrino.
Kaitain is the largest and most luxurious garden planet of verdant rainforests, breathtaking savannah, magnificent rock formations, and crystal-cleared, refreshing sapphire-blue oceans.
Kaitain is always home to a number of impressive palaces built by the previous Padishah Emperors and Padishah Empresses of the Known Universe, including the Imperial Opal Palace that was located on the top of Mount Corrin, the tallest peak on the planet and destination of many brave adventurers; and more besides.
What is genuine, traditional Taijiquan? - Shaolin Wahnam Institute Discussion Forum (3390 words)
Kaitain may point to a cow and say that it is a horse, but we don’t, we say it is a cow.
Kaitain may say that although its appearance is a cow but if it performs the functions of a horse, he calls it a horse.
Kaitain probably does not realize that Taijiquan principles, or principles of any art for that matter, are derived from the actual application of Taijiquan techniques in combat.
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