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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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Oh, and she is also organist at the Clayton West Methodist Church where Hobson's Chorus rehearses.
His role as Calvin Valentine in the Merseyside soap means he will have less time to rehearse.
The actors rehearse in their costumes for the first time.
Colonel Jonathan Leach, of Mercia Accident Rescue Service, who led the course, said: "Whilst we hope that there will not be a major incident locally, it is extremely important that everyone in emergency services rehearses what they would do.
Here Streb teaches and rehearses, with the door always open to the community.
ON SONG: Comedian Ken Dodd rehearses for the service with diddy pupils from Knotty Ash county primary school Picture: MARTIN BIRCHALL
2) The cast rehearses at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for ``Grendel,'' a new take on the Beowulf legend, premiering Saturday.
They've loved it,' said Lowrri, who runs the school which rehearses in Wentloog Road, Rumney.
The film covers the midnineties, when Taylor choreographs a new dance, rehearses an old one, takes the company on tour to India, and prepares for a New York City season.
2 -- color) Joseff Stevenson rehearses ``Act Without Words 1'' in preparation for Antelope Valley College's production of ``Samuel Beckett Gets the Blues.
Instead, reached in late summer at the farm where he lives and rehearses his troupe, Pendleton wants to talk sunflowers.
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.