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Well almost in picture perfect form but you get the idea. The segment is the one with the long front stance low block followed by inward middle block in the same stance. Perhaps count number 13 if I am not mistaken (dont have the textbook with me now).
If you look below you will see the first "masterfully" crafted drawing:
The whole sequence can be used to instruct the students in vital point striking as the first forearm strike should be targeted on vital points on the opponents arm (but the technique does not rely on the vital points it works just fine if you miss them), and the inward hammerfist strike should be targeted to vital points (again the technique does not rely on them you will no doubt give the opponent a good whack in the head anyway but the effect of any technique is always amplified if vital points are struck).