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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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Assistant directors will be cast to aid in rehearsals throughout the week and to take on backstage responsibilities.
The rehearsal was conducted at Islamabad Model College for Boys F-7/3, St 8 under the supervision of SP (City) Zubair Ahmed Sheikh.
The availability of additional rooms for section rehearsals will help the sound of the chorus by allowing each section to work on their unit sound leading up to our International competition in Las Vegas this October," Director Claire Gardiner explains.
But after a while, unpaid rehearsals pose tough choices.
Rehearsals are important to every military operation.
The second week we move into what we call Tech Week which is when tech and dress rehearsals take place, when the show is run on the stage and the lighting and sound are included as well as all the set and costume changes.
Thus, even before the music and choreography were complete and rehearsals had begun, decisions by one member of the creative team (in this case the choreographer) had to be communicated to other members of the creative team for the composition of the work to continue.
CITY Rehearsal Studios is offering bands across Merseyside the chance to win free rehearsal and recording time at their new facilities in Liverpool.
Saturday rehearsals will take place on February 6 and March 20.
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.
But it is the graphic treatment that signals the show's status as one version among many potential others: An adaptation of the familiar Hollywood movie clapboard, the cover features a slatelike background and handwritten words (FRANCIS ALYS for DIRECTOR, POLITICS OF REHEARSAL as the TAKE) overwriting what look like white chalk smudges of erased prior takes.