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One man said he was ticketed for drunkenly reciting rap lyrics after leaving work in the middle of the night.
The anxiety scores of women who stayed in Tzfat and recited psalms, on the other hand, were more than 50 percent lower than women who stayed and did not recite psalms.
Overall, those who remained in Tzfat and recited psalms had lower anxiety scores than those who left.
That is, the anxiety scores of women who left Tzfat and recited psalms were only slightly lower than the scores of women who left but did not recite psalms.
Other groups recited the words sequentially, with each member reading the words in only one column.
He wrote the fine poem of “Little Jim,” which everyone knew, and which almost every boy and girl could recite.
As before suggested, let the pupil recite the foregoing ten events forwards and the reverse way several times from memory.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
Sosimo asked on behalf of the Roman Catholics that they might be allowed to recite the prayers for the dead.
Suppose that Dunsey came home the night he staked Wildfire, recite the conversation between him and Godfrey.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
On New Year's day they recite in the synagogues the record of the binding of Isaac for the same purpose.

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derring-donoun | [der-ing-doo ]SEE DEFINITION