What is the "physical relationship" of the "intercostal muscles" to each other?

What is the "physical relationship" of the "intercostal muscles" to each other?

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Who is Melinda at 321 physic?

321 Psychic is apparently a charlatan web site that will exploit every form of superstition. It is not a physical sciences site, and I do not recommend that you consult them.

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