How to use Rehearsals in a sentence

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  • She loved to be present at dramatic entertainments, and her participation in the private rehearsals of the Shepherd's Pastoral, written by her favourite Walter Montague, probably drew down upon her the savage attack of Prynne.

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  • He was a frequent visitor to Peckham while attending rehearsals of his first major play afore Night Come at the Royal Shakespeare.

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  • Rehearsals for evening concerts are open to the public by prior arrangement only.

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  • Interested parties should note that rehearsals normally begin approximately 6 weeks before the first dress rehearsal.

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  • I joined him for the last dress rehearsals and for the performance itself.

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  • No further discounts are available on public dress rehearsals, previews, matinees or season tickets.

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  • One week into rehearsals the bank refuses to extend the overdraft any longer.

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  • Rehearsals continued in this vein right up until the first night, mostly due to Water's relentless perfectionism.

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  • Writers will be invited to attend rehearsals with the company.

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  • The band begun rehearsals for the 2003 E.P " Sudden Impact " .

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  • They each also headed sectional rehearsals, which eased the load of the Course Leaders.

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  • Now, there is a unique opportunity for composers to apply to the NYO to join the Composers Class which runs alongside orchestral rehearsals.

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  • No experience is necessary, just energy, enthusiasm and commitment to the weekly rehearsals.

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  • No doubt when he returns he'll be straight back into intensive rehearsals for the British Open with Black Dike!

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  • We have technical rehearsals for three weeks on stage.

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  • A £ 100 annual honorarium for Choral Exhibitioners Dinners, feasts, and generously subsidized formal dinners after rehearsals and services.

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  • In their war dances, which were only rehearsals, they disguised themselves as animals, and the pantomime was a mimic hunt.

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  • The band begun rehearsals for the 2003 E.P " Sudden Impact ".

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  • No doubt when he returns he'll be straight back into intensive rehearsals for the British Open with Black Dike !

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  • Intense sectional rehearsals took place with the young players who played with great enthusiasm.

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  • The members of Sonar Brass took sectional rehearsals for the three bands.

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  • There will be so much to plan like rehearsals, flower arrangements and wedding cakes, that at the end of the process you'll be glad you did.

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  • Rehearsals-He will need to be at all of the rehearsals and the rehearsal dinner.

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  • Alfred Angelo, and be sure to check out the Little White Dress collection designed for rehearsals, honeymoons, and destination weddings.

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  • While taping for One Day at a Time, Mackenzie Phillips reportedly began showing up late, or not at all to rehearsals.

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  • Jewel has signed on and begun rehearsals for the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars, has injured her knees and been diagnosed with tendonitis.

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  • She'll miss about a week worth of rehearsals, but plans to be back and ready to dance when the season begins on March 9th.

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  • They also have to attend several rehearsals.

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  • Whether you're a musician, comedian, magician, or storyteller, consider holding your rehearsals at a nursing home.

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  • Many studios post their rehearsals and performances, and many have no problem with you using the choreography for your own events.

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  • When a competition draws near, your team will want to schedule extra rehearsals.

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  • With the key rehearsals marked out, it's time to evaluate the availability of your dance team for rehearsals and their ability to pick up new material within the time available.

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  • A final benefit of online dance steps is being able to videotape your own rehearsals and upload them to a private website or server to review when you need to refresh your memory before you head back to the studio.

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  • If you choose to broadcast your rehearsals, performances or tours on the Internet, make sure to stay within the law.

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  • When choosing which shoes to purchase, quality shoes like Bloch will last longer through hours of rehearsals and recitals.

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  • Generally, the squad will wear matching T-shirts and biker shorts or track shorts for rehearsals.

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  • The cheerleaders are expected to perform at a total of ten home games and attend two rehearsals per week.

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  • They are only paid $75.00 per game and nothing for rehearsals.

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  • The semi-finals portion consists of interviews, a meeting, two dance rehearsals and a competition.

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  • The rest of the group came around, and everyone committed to long rehearsals every day after school.

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  • Most of the songs in Glee come in the context of rehearsals and performances of the glee club.

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  • During the festival, Tanglewood offers such enticements as lower-cost seating for area residents on Friday nights, lectures and rehearsals open for attendance on Saturday mornings and the full concerts.

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  • One way to make sure that your drum majorette uniforms will be up to the task is to wear them (or an approximation of them) for rehearsals.

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  • Rehearsals hone routines filled with dance and marching footwork chosen for the performance.

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  • Grand seigneurs, like the prince of Conde, the duc de Nevers and the marquis de Vardes, were glad to vary the monotony of their feudal castles by listening to the eloquent rehearsals of Malebranche or Regis.

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  • Wagner now settled for a time in Vienna, where Tristan and Isolde was accepted, but abandoned after fifty-seven rehearsals, through the incompetence of the tenor.

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  • Pam Greenway who is our hard working resident accompanist at rehearsals, joined the singers on this occasion.

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  • Actors also research roles so that they can grasp concepts quickly during rehearsals and understand the story's setting and background.

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