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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.
By rehearsing your plan in your head, you will be much more confident when you have your big conversation.
Philip came up with the catchy song and has been busy rehearsing. The song is also available to download free or the commemorative CD can be bought by visiting www.poperetta.co.uk Donations to the organisation are welcome however in order to develop their next musical Trouble at t'Mill - which is about the rise of the textile industry in the town.
It's not that we were never exposed to the concept of training or rehearsing. Looking back on our lives, we were taught to practice everything from our first grade play to fire drills, and from academic exercises like multiplication tables and pre-SAT tests to group activities like musicals and sports.
Washington, Sept 25 (ANI): George Clooney's ex-girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis dislocated her shoulder while rehearsing for US reality TV show 'Dancing With The Stars'.
PUPILS have been rehearsing hard, ahead of a special performance of the awardwinning musical Billy Elliot.
In fact, they will have been designing, planning and rehearsing it for much of the last five years.
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.
Sian, star of ITV1's City Lights, was left in agony after falling through a trap door while rehearsing for a stage play.
Springing into the middle of a half-dozen rehearsing dancers, he added, "You look very uncomfortable.