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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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ANOTHER PROMISE(3.25) did extremely well to chase home Neptune Collognes in the Rehersal Chase and another bold run can be expected .
TIME LORD: Conductor Gareth Jones during rehersal with Sinfonia Cymru at Welsh National Opera in Cardiff Picture: Andrew James
Their first meeting in the championships wasn't a true rehersal in that the French didn't field their strongest side, while a win for Holland kept them in their own contry and naturally gave them a huge incentive to go for the win.
Last weekend, Cliona took some time off from rehersals to surprise one of her biggest fans live on the Ray D'Arcy Show.
The Strictly Come Dancing star, who lived on Merseyside when thenhusband Jamie played for the Reds, suffered a deep cut to her chin and fractured her wrist after taking a tumble on her way to rehersals.
In fact, the actor says his wife and daughters have been coming to rehersals - and often end up laughing at him with Nadiya, 28.
The 45-year-old, who has previously starred in Barlow's second Broadway musical The Girls, added: "She's called Rachel and I'm called Rachel, which was very handy when we were in rehersals.
The ultimate thumka queen Shilpa Shetty shared a snap from the stage and wrote, "There is a method to the Madness called Rehersals Madness begins , love u @Shiamakofficial #IIFA2016 #IIFARocks"
ISLAMABAD -- Mobile phone networks in the capital have been suspended in connection with ongoing rehersals for Independence Day celebrations in Islamabad.
Julija Gurvica and Alexey Avechkin, principal dancers with the Latvian National Ballet, during rehersals in 2004