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Churchill was a meticulous rehearser of speeches and might not have liked the formats, albeit of practised informality, to which Eden and Macmillan readily began to adapt.
Mrs Thatcher was an assiduous rehearser, spending two hours fielding mock questions before sallying forth twice a week to Prime Minister's Question Time.
Henry Crawford and Maria in their roles of Frederick and Agatha become "'indefatigable rehearsers,"' so that in their roles they can enjoy physical contact denied to them in their own identities (169).