rehearsal


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re·hears·al

(rē-her'săl),
A process associated with enhancing short-term and long-term memory wherein newly presented information, such as a name or a list of words, is repeated to oneself one or more times to not forget it.

re·hears·al

(rē-hĕr'săl)
A process associated with enhancing short-term and long-term memory wherein newly presented information, such as a name or a list of words, is repeated to oneself one or more times to avoid forgetting it.
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But after a while, unpaid rehearsals pose tough choices.
Army doctrine recommends rehearsal responsibilities and details the roles of commanders and staff officers.
The purpose of this rehearsal was to prepare cops for emergency situation and to ensure security in the federal capital.
In addition, logistics at any level can cripple an operation if not given proper consideration during a rehearsal.
The rehearsal was part of the precautionary security measures being adopted by the Jail authorities due to the security concerns.
Gareth Bullock of City Rehearsals says: "This competition will hopefully give bands the opportunity to develop their musical skills and they'll have the added bonus of walking away with a recording of their work.
Enrolment costs pounds 60, which includes all rehearsals and score.
While Jackson did not appear at many of the scheduled rehearsals in Los Angeles, he was there for an "electric" full rehearsal on the night before his death.
Other works on view do not represent rehearsal as content.
The pianist should also be able to isolate one hand at a time up to tempo before the first rehearsal.
Starting each rehearsal with a little chant that says it all: ``I am talented.
The Prime Minister said Wrexham's Rehearsal Room scheme allows young people to benefit from the "joys of music".