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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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Northern Sinfonia Chorus rehearsed for the show, which will premier at The Sage, Gateshead, on July 28.
"You quite often hear rehearsed lines at the end of football matches and games of cricket, and they always sound rehearsed.
A wide variety of repertoire had to be learned and rehearsed. Some works written for two pianos, like Rachmaninoff's Russian Rhapsody, were performed with three individuals on each part.
And the marvelously polished dancing of the SAB students (rehearsed by Olga Kostritzky and Garielle Whittle) put to shame the poorly rehearsed and miscast company production of the Balanchine masterwork Episodes.
This, says Wiskup, occurs when presenters have not properly prepared or rehearsed their speech.
The organizers of Apni Dharati had not rehearsed for this eventuality, and their spirit was not buoyant as the last day of the festival approached.
Alma's new production Soul, which it premieres at the Hippodrome's Patrick Centre on Friday, has also been rehearsed there.
Emcee Simon Burke sang a little, danced a little and slayed 'em with snappy quips, both rehearsed and spontaneous.
The best-developed plans become useless if they are never rehearsed or if no one knows they exist.
More than a few of us have rehearsed (and re-rehearsed) scenarios where we did finally say and do the right thing, acting out little psychodramas where we play a better, nobler version of ourselves.
Institutions could help reduce the risks to patrons--and the concomitant risk of claims and suits to facilities--if they follow standards that require written emergency-response plans that are rehearsed at least quarterly and are integrated with off-premise emergency-response services.
They are practiced and rehearsed with special techniques that are taught to the receivers.