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You’re a professional and you got to know your lines and rehearse and practice.
DUSTIN DIAMOND, BEST KNOWN AS SCREECH FROM ‘SAVED BY THE BELL,’ DIES AT 44EMILY YAHRFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A second lesson is for authorities to prepare and rehearse a security plan that will separate antagonists.
D.C. OFFICIALS IGNORED THE LESSONS WE LEARNED IN CHARLOTTESVILLE. HERE ARE 3 THINGS LEADERS SHOULD DO TO HELP PREVENT FUTURE ATTACKSMICHAEL SIGNERJANUARY 13, 2021TIME
I’m going to tell you where we’re rehearsing and then you’ll have to pay me.
USHER’S MOM JONNETTA PATTON BUILT HER OWN EMPIRE AFTER SHE SAW ‘DECEPTION’ ALL AROUND HERCHARLI PENNNOVEMBER 6, 2020ESSENCE.COM
I would be mad, because I couldn’t run and he would keep me at it — music, music, rehearse, rehearse .
MARSHALL ALLEN IS 96 YEARS OLD AND STILL LEADING ONE OF THE MOST VISIONARY JAZZ GROUPS OF ALL TIMESHANNON EFFINGEROCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Nicole, who previously appeared so confident that cameras caught her rehearsing victory scenarios out loud, was especially shocked.
HOW ‘BIG BROTHER’ (BARELY) REDEEMED ITSELF AFTER ONE OF THE MOST BORING SEASONS EVEREMILY YAHROCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO REHEARSE

  • break in
  • brief
  • clue
  • coach
  • cram
  • excite
  • fill in
  • fit
  • galvanize
  • groom
  • inform
  • innervate
  • make ready
  • motivate
  • move
  • notify
  • prep
  • provoke
  • rehearse
  • stimulate
  • tell
  • train
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