What are ME and DE moves?

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  1. JordanClarkson

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    Can someone explain? It's impossible to search for.
     
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    yes, very impossible.
     
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    plug in this thread title and tell me what you get
     
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    You search with full sentences?
     
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    here's a key, if it's too small for the search query, just add * to it.. you'll come up with a lot of bullshit, but you'll get your 2 and 3 letter searches done
     
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    You can. It can get you better results. I searched for "DE bench" and stuff like that a billion times and all I came up with was routines, not wtf it was. Had I known it stood for dynamic effort, it would've been a piece of cake. See the problem?
     
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