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Chapter 9, "The Physical Nitty-Gritty," discusses the physiological aspects of playing an instrument.
Chapter 6, "Muscles of the Shoulder, Upper Arm, and Elbow"; Chapter 7, "Muscles of the Forearm, Wrist, and Hand"; "Chapter 8, "Muscles of the Torso, Abdomen, and Back and Other Postural Muscles"; and Chapter 9, "Muscles of the Pelvis, Thigh, Calf, and Foot," all examine the muscles in these areas and how instrumentalists use them.
Chapter 9, "Our Journey," serves as the concluding chapter.
Chapter 9, "The Practice Revolution," discusses speeding up a piece of music, using the metronome and rhythmic distortions.
Chapter 9, "Strategies for Most Occasions,'" describes a set of generic categories for the use of all instrumentalists: simplification, isolation/integration, modeling, inhibition, comparison and basic metronome strategy.
Chapter 9 in part II is titled as "Global rhetoric and individual realities: linking violence against women and reproductive health," and has been contributed by Mayhew and Watts.
Chapter 9 discusses the application of the ARMS (amplification refractory mutation system) technique for discrimination and selection of low levels of a mutant in a high background of wild-type DNA.
Chapter 9, Job Search Skills, discusses the job search and action planning to achieve the vocational goal.
PART TWO Call ing Techniques That Reall y Work Chapter 5 Cold Call Mechanics Chapter 6 Six Specific Telephone Tips for Better Prospecting Numbers Chapter 7 Turning Around Common Responses Chapter 8 The Ledge Chapter 9 Mastering Third-Party and Referral Calls Chapter 10 Leaving Messages That Get Results Chapter 11 Follow-Up Calls
Chapter 8 delivers a detailed analysis of the characteristics of and consequences for people waiting for the delivery of services, while Chapter 9 explores methods for assessing and enhancing the quality of services from systemic and individual perspectives.

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