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Hermenuticals of Human Movement and Sport: Holism and Harmony

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79
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  • Palacký University, Palacký, Olomouc,Czech Republic
  • Masaryk University, Masaryk, Brno,Czech Republic
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  • Comenius University, Bratislavia, Slovakia
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