- toe taʻuarecitations
Noun(1) written matter that is recited from memory(2) a public instance of reciting or repeating (from memory(3) a regularly scheduled session as part of a course of study(4) systematic training by multiple repetitions
(1) There were already different styles of recitation in the early centuries of Islam.(2) Their repetitive structure leads to rote recitation , rather than listening to the words.(3) Puffy eyes, the recitation of dramatic deathbed monologues.(4) Without further ado, he was allowed to continue his recitation of Belli's poetry.(5) the history of an organization is more important than the recitation of details like this(6) For the Christian, the above recitation sounds strangely familiar.(7) In the eyes of Muslims, Qur'anic recitation is not music.(8) the recitation of traditional poems(9) A delegate holds her hand over her heart during the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance at the 2004 Republican National Convention.(10) The two boys have taken an interest in Annie's skills at poetic recitation .(11) On this day, the service revolves around memorized recitations by children.(12) Qualified undergraduates are in the best position to help students in recitations .
(1) recitation :: toe taʻua
1. recital ::
2. account ::
3. reading ::
4. drill ::
5. class period ::
taimi o le vasega
Different Formsrecitation, recitations
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