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remember

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to commit to memory

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commit to memory

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Holy Quran with reciting, memorizing 18 consecutive parts of the Holy
Memorizing also requires creativity and quick thinking, he said, similar to improvising on a musical instrument.
The student should begin memorizing a score by committing notes and rhythms of two to four measures to memory at one time, until these are able to be played or sung with competence and confidence.
Watch your hands--More often than not, those who have trouble memorizing are surprisingly good sight-readers.
This is 'setting' can help you in improving your recall ability and memorizing.
In an effort to have the ultimate focus and make my training tougher than the competition, I invested in snorkel gear and trained memorizing cards underwater," White says.
Students in one-room schoolhouses had to do a lot of memorizing and reciting.
The directors have met in the late afternoon and they are now working with the actors on memorizing the short plays.
About half were willing to work a long time to understand new ideas or obtain a solution to a problem; slightly more than 50 percent viewed mathematics as mostly memorizing.
You know who you are: You fed us all that "God is love" stuff and had us make banners with smiley faces instead of memorizing the Baltimore Catechism.
By memorizing the words of others, they learned how to structure the elements of their own compositions.
The new CPA examination shifts emphasis from memorizing technical details to understanding a wide range of business topics, which is expected of professionals.
Once they are able to read fluently, I'm sure they will be more interested in memorizing poems on their own.