Tesuji is the name for the moves that make the most effective use of stones. [...] Until recently, common usage has been that the term "tesuji" by itself refers to techniques for close-combat fighting; "suji" refers to key points for attacking and "shape" to key points for defense. (Dictionary of Basic Tesuji; Volume 1; Fujisawa Shuko; Translated by Steven Bretherick) Where does this 'shape' spring from? Should I read it as '"suji" refers to... and "te" (which means 'shape') to...'? Thanks.