practise

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  • But although his law studies would influence his books, he never practised law.
  • All of this left little time for the boys to practise their own game.
  • He wrote about it and practised it in his own business life.
  • Since then, he spent all of his time practising and writing music.
  • Then he returned to his native place and practised his profession for some years.
  • However, four years later, he returned to practising law on his own.
  • A whole day would be spent on practising just a single note.
  • The nearby local primary school goes there to practise and perform their plays.
  • So far, we've only had one proper practise where we were actually writing.
  • The best shot in the company is the man who practises the most. Cited from The Plattsburg Manual, by O.O. Ellis and E.B. Garey
  • The open-field system was never practised in all regions and countries in Europe.
  • There he continued to practise law and became very active in politics.
  • He practises mainly in the areas of public law and human rights.
  • He declined a job offer at the firm and he never practised law again.
  • However it would take another one hundred years for the practise to become widespread.
  • Throughout her writing career she continued to practise as a doctor.
  • Later she became the first woman to practise law in India and Britain.
  • He continued to practise with the same firm until his death.
  • She studies and practises co-operation between her army and navy. Cited from The Riddle of the Sands, by Erskine Childers
  • The club has three facilities to host the practise of different sports.
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