rehearsal


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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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Speaking on the occasion, the DPO said that purpose behind the mock rehearsal is to meet any untoward incident besides dealing with emergency situation.
Kinza Munir said that a video was also made during the rehearsal.
According to Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Muhammad Bin Ashraf, entry of heavy traffic from Faizabad to Rawalpindi and Islamabad would remain closed during the rehearsal.
The rehearsal was conducted at Nipa roundabout, Karsaz, Dalmia, Jail chowrangi, and other nearby arteries.
New Delhi [India] Jan 17 ( ANI ): The airspace over Delhi will be shut on January 18 and from January 20 to 26 for commercial flights due to Indian Air Force (IAF) rehearsals for the Republic Day.
Embracing a process that is inclusive of all participants in the large ensemble enterprise requires that the power and control of a rehearsal be of a collaborative nature.
'When the tractor stopped, a loud sound was heard by students involved in the rehearsal, and at the same time, teachers supervising the rehearsal found three students injured on the head, involving two Form Two students and a Form One student,' it said.
Datson will witness the full dress rehearsal to be held in National Stadium of Karachi (NSK) on February 11, after which he will submit a report to the Federation of International Cricketers' Association (FICA).
Assistant directors will be cast to aid in rehearsals throughout the week and to take on backstage responsibilities.
The first part of the book studies Els Joglars' history, work ethos, rehearsal practices and staging procedures.
Rehearsal is a teacher education pedagogy that approximates the work of teaching (Grossman, Compton, et al., 2009; Lampert et al., 2013) by providing a space for NTs to open up their instructional decisions to one another and their instructor.