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rehearse

To practice or repeat an action, emotion, operation, phrase, or thought to attain mastery of it.
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PACKED will see united tomorrow All three choirs rehearse on different nights and so far they've managed to avoid clashing on concert dates.
The actors rehearse in their costumes for the first time.
We wanted to rehearse two major situations, and we are grateful to Central Trains and Worcester Rugby Club for letting us use their facilities.
1 -- color) Kim Barker, Joe Barnard and Eugenie Trow, from left, rehearse the play ``Samuel Beckett Gets the Blues.
2 -- 3 -- color) At far left, Michael Wells - who plays professor Harold Hill, the title character - rehearses a scene from ``The Music Man'' with Kegan Marsh.
Instead, reached in late summer at the farm where he lives and rehearses his troupe, Pendleton wants to talk sunflowers.
2) Kimberly Otto rehearses with Joseph Palmer for a production of the 1841 ballet classic ``Giselle'' in Lancaster.
She rehearses first- through fifth-graders for the school's annual musical production at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center.
The band rehearses once a week, and the members all try to practice their individual instruments at least five times a week.
1 -- color) Priscilla Shary, 16, rehearses for the Carnegie Hall performance.
2 -- color) The Antelope Valley Ballet rehearses with the valley symphony for the ``Bach to Ballet'' concert on Saturday.
1 -- color) The cast of ``Rapunzel'' rehearses Wednesday for this weekend's performances at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center.