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VI. From General to Specific..
A. Logical Methods of Arrangement.
I. Simple or Familiar to Complex or Unfamiliar
C. Arrangement for Special Effects.
II. Submerging Minor Points...
III. Placing the Most Important Phase..
E. Attractiveness-A Special Quality.
III. Variety in Sentence Structure.
A. Familiarity with the Subject..
C. A Marked Degree of Interest.
C. The Will to Convince and Persuade.
II. Clear and Forceful Expression..
b. Modulations of Pitch and Force.
D. Expression with the Head and Face...
I. Manual Gestures and Common Sense.
II. The Scope of Manual Gestures..
III. Essential Characteristics of Effective Gesture 199