memorise memorise

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  • (v) commit to memory; learn by heart

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  1. "I was wondering how I would be able to memorise my dialogues and deliver them well. It was bound to happen though and I settled down after my initial nervous moments," said Neetu, who debuted as a child actor more than 40 years ago in "Dus...
    on Feb 23, 2009 By: Neetu Singh Source: Hindu

  2. "I can say out loud: 'Computer, I'm going to bluff you now.' But it's a strong program. It's going to memorise my betting patterns right away and my game is not perfect," said Mr Laak. "I think we'll be surprised, confused and saddened if it...
    on Jul 23, 2007 By: Phil Laak Source: guardian.co.uk

  3. Janney says, "I am definitely not as smart as CJ. That's why I love playing her, because I can fool people into believing I am incredibly bright and witty. I don't always understand the finer points of my monologues on the show. So I just memorise...
    on Oct 3, 2005 By: Allison Janney Source: Contactmusic.com

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