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Fanny did not share her aunt's composure: she thought of the morrow a great deal, for if the three acts were rehearsed, Edmund and Miss Crawford would then be acting together for the first time; the third act would bring a scene between them which interested her most particularly, and which she was longing and dreading to see how they would perform.
She did not believe they had yet rehearsed it, even in private.
Smiling indulgently, he lit a cigarette, and rehearsed the events that had led to such a happy conclusion.
It is a remarkable fact in life that the scenes which we have rehearsed in our minds never happen as we have pictured them happening.
He rehearsed to himself a number of apposite speeches.
Grubb sang the song, Bert did his best to make the chorus a rousing one, and it the end of each verse they danced certain steps, skirts in hand, that they had carefully rehearsed.
She went so far as to imagine Martin proposing, herself putting the words into his mouth; and she rehearsed her refusal, tempering it with kindness and exhorting him to true and noble manhood.
A third and a fourth time the turn was rehearsed, and, between turns, Collins sent a man to his office, for the Del Mar telegram.
Indeed, she rehearsed that exalted part in life with great satisfaction to herself, and to the amusement of old Sir Pitt, who chuckled at her airs and graces, and would laugh by the hour together at her assumptions of dignity and imitations of genteel life.
I rehearsed putative parts in hypothetical conversations.
There's the 'pills as before' every other night, and the new drops at eleven and four, and the 'fervescing mixture 'when agreeable,'" rehearsed Mr.
Forced Entertainment's rehearsed reading of That Night Follows Day WARWICK ARTS CENTRE CONTEMPORARY theatre company Forced Entertainment is presenting a one-off public rehearsed reading of a comical and poignant piece with 16 children from Coventry.