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North. This Agreement shall be applicable to and effective within the present geographic jurisdictional area of Local Union 46. The area over which this Agreement shall be effective is as follows: Simcoe County, Collective Agreement 7 Regional Municipality of Muskoka, Townships of Rama, Mara, and Thorah in the County of Ontario, and the Townships of Carling, Ferguson, McDougall, McKellar, Christie, Foley, Xxxxxx and Xxxxxxxx in the District of Parry Sound, including all of the Municipalities therein.
North. The functions of music in everyday life: Rede ning the social in music psychology. Psychology of Music, 27(1):71 83, 1999. [8] Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxxx and Xxxxxx X. Xxxxx. The social psychology of music / edited by Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxxx and Xxxxxx X. Xxxxx. Oxford University Press, 1997. [9] X. Xxxxxx, X. Xxxxxx, X. Xxxxxx, X. Xxxxxxxx, X. Xxxxxxx, X. Xxxxxxx, and X. Xxxxx. Cortical activation patterns during complex motor tasks in piano players and control subjects. A functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Neuroscience Letters, 278(0304-3940 SB - IM):189 193, January 2000. [10] Xxxxx X Xxxxxxxxx. Cognitive foundations of musical pitch. Oxford University Press, New York, 1990. [11] Xxxxxx Xxxxx-Xxxxxxxxx. The Changing Sound of Music: Approaches to Studying Recorded Musical Performance. CHARM: London, xxxx:// (Accessed 11/04/2012), 2009. [12] Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxx and Xxxxxx X. Xxxxx. Why do we listen to music? A uses and grati cations analysis. British journal of psychology (London, England : 1953), 102(1):108 134, February 2011. [13] Xxxxx X. Xxxxx, Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxx XxXxxx, Xxxx Xxxxxxx, Xxxx Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx-Xxxxxx, and Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxx. Using music technology in music therapy with populations across the life span in medical and educational programs. Music and Medicine, 3(3):146 153, 2011. [14] A. C. North, X. X. Xxxxxxxxxx, and X. X. X'Xxxxx. The importance of music to adolescents. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 70 (Pt 2)(2):255 272, 2000. [15] Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxx and Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx. Frontal brain electrical activity (EEG) distinguishes valence and intensity of musical emotions. Cognition & Emotion, 15(4):487 500, 2001. [16] Xxxx Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxx X. Xxxxx, and Xxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxxx. English and American Adolescents' Reasons for Listening to Music. Psychology of Music, 28(2):166 173, October 2000. [17] Xxxxxx X Xxxxxxx, Xxxxx X Xxxx, and Xxxxxxxx X Xxxxxxx. When the brain plays music: auditory-motor interactions in music perception and production. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 8(7):547 558, 2007. 2 Technological perspective
North. All the said Flat premises together with the amenities listed and written hereunder in the Schedule-III, together with all rights of easement and common facilities appurtenant thereto.
North. 3.27 The ‘Stronger North’ approach to antisocial behaviour and community safety is committed to listening to local residents and inviting them to contribute to discussion on how together, partners and residents can make West Pilton and Muirhouse a safer place to live. Residents are invited to share regular bulletins through social media site Twitter, on positive action they are engaged in within their community.