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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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The pupils are very enthusiastic and are busy rehearsing their song and dance numbers.
Rehearsing by actually saying the words out loud improves your confidence even more.
ON SONG: Philip Wootton with singers rehearsing his Queen''s Anthem at the National Childrens Centre (JH250512Hphilip-01)
The Italian actress, 33, left the viewers in shock when she revealed that she had dislocated her shoulder while rehearsing for the show, but she managed to snap it back into place by herself.
Right and below, Kyle Jones (13) who plays Billy and pupils rehearsing GREAT MOVERS Pupils from Lord Lawson of Beamish School in Birtley rehearse Billy Elliot ahead of the show STAR TURN Lord Lawson of Beamish pupil, Kyle Jones, 13, will play Billy Elliot in a special performance at Sunderland Empire
Summary: New video of Michael Jackson rehearsing for his This Is It residency has been released.
They began rehearsing on June 15, but were only granted permission to begin practising in the Nou Camp on June 26.
The Billesley Players have been rehearsing a less well-known Noel Coward classic, Nude with Violin, since January, due to open at the Old Rep Theatre next week.
Springing into the middle of a half-dozen rehearsing dancers, he added, "You look very uncomfortable.
At two weeks out, two casts at a time went into the Madrid Theatre to position the dancers for the musical numbers and then each cast began rehearsing separately.
More than three-quarters agreed, however, that rehearsing would have improved their presentations, and a little more than a quarter thought their presentations were ineffective--even a waste of time.
I came to recognize that our dreams are constantly coaching and rehearsing us for challenges and opportunities that lie in the future.