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Synonyms for practise

engage in a rehearsal (of)

carry out or practice

learn by repetition

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This most avid of practicers arrived at Troon with a neck injury because he had been hammering so many balls on the driving range, and missed the cut.
Thorough study of Bruges' art market ("Documentary Evidence of Painter's Workshop Practicers and Methods of Reproducton," Chapter Four) is a helpful presentation of a well documented subject.
I see some such relation working itself out in The Winter's Tale, with Puritan assumptions about the natural order of heterosexual fertility and economic productivity standing in opposition to the imagined unnatural behaviors of theatrical practicers and patrons.
Evoke was named to the the index's Best Practicers category, which identifies companies operating in rapid-growth industries, are national and international in focus and emphasize employee empowerment through distributed decision-making, transparency and frequent communication throughout the organization.
Athletes are players who practice, musicians are practicers who play.
The researchers found that each of the companies reviewed fell into one of six general categories: Best Practicers, Data Champions, Controllers, Classics, Forward Thinkers and Contrarians.
For the most part, athletes are players who practice while musicians are practicers who play.
The six paths, presented as entrepreneurial archetypes, for achieving continued success are: best practicers, data champions, controllers, classics, forward thinkers and contrarians.
As we work to enable our students to become more successful practicers and performers, we always should remember: teach the student, not the subject.
Practicers, performers and audiences love it when the nervous system is hooked up to integrate the gymnastic coordination needed to play a musical instrument with the emotions appropriate to express the music.