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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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Hardcore 24 is something we have brought back to the society this year, and involves 24 people (cast and crew) writing, rehearsing and producing a show in 24 hours.
Ex-Brookside star Leon, who is originally from Toxteth, said: "It's amazing we're rehearsing for the show in Liverpool, that's one of the reasons I wanted to take the job.
The children are aged between 11 and 13 years and have been rehearsing hard for many weeks.
Philip came up with the catchy song and has been busy rehearsing.
I've been rehearsing with the choir since February and it's always exciting to get them together with the orchestra and putting some sparkle into the music.
PUPILS have been rehearsing hard, ahead of a special performance of the awardwinning musical Billy Elliot.
Byline: New video of Michael Jackson rehearsing for his This Is It residency has been released.
I'm coming to Liverpool on Thursday to start rehearsing.
Frontman Bono and the rest of the group allegedly broke bylaws by rehearsing in the Nou Camp stadium ahead of Tuesday night's gig - the first in their 360 Tour.
THE SHOW almost did not go on for a group of amateur Birmingham actors rehearsing a play with a cheeky title.
Sian, star of ITV1's City Lights, was left in agony after falling through a trap door while rehearsing for a stage play.
DOUBLE Brit winners Arctic Monkeys snubbed the biggest music event of the year because they were rehearsing for a gig in a village pub for a pal's birthday party.