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recital

1. a musical performance by a soloist or soloists
2. Law the preliminary statement in a deed showing the reason for its existence and leading up to and explaining the operative part

Recital

dBASE-like language and DBMS from Recital Corporation. Versions include Vax VMS.
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I beg you to excuse me, madame; I wish to add nothing to the recital of these gentlemen until they perceive themselves that they have perhaps been mistaken.
The young ladies of Highbury might have walked again in safety before their panic began, and the whole history dwindled soon into a matter of little importance but to Emma and her nephews:in her imagination it maintained its ground, and Henry and John were still asking every day for the story of Harriet and the gipsies, and still tenaciously setting her right if she varied in the slightest particular from the original recital.
So far each recital confirmed the other; but when she came to the will, the difference was great.
The bridegroom, who during this recital had grown deadly pale, up and tried to escape, but the guests seized him and held him fast.
Hartmann to the traveller's father, relate that, according to the recital of a felatah of Bornou, Vogel was merely held as a prisoner at Wara.
All these wonders and magical effects which the chronicler has heaped up, or rather embalmed, in his recital, at the risk of rivaling the brain-born scenes of romancers; these splendors whereby night seemed vanquished and nature corrected, together with every delight and luxury combined for the satisfaction of all the senses, as well as the imagination, Fouquet did in real truth offer to his sovereign in that enchanting retreat of which no monarch could at that time boast of possessing an equal.
Organ recitals A NEW season of the popular lunchtime organ recitals in the historic Halifax Minster begins on Thursday, March 1, when visitors can enjoy a concert by Wakefield Cathedral organist Tom Moore, as well as sandwiches, homemade cakes and hot or cold drinks.
It also demonstrated that ballet recitals can be used to tell everyday life stories using skills and expressiveness learned in the course of training.
Despite a few awkward moments, these solos would work well in recitals, festivals and themed group classes.
Now in its third year, Piano Week is bringing world class piano recitals to North Wales.
CLASSICAL music lovers have the chance to see an esteemed composer in a grand finale of piano recitals.
TWO concert organists will be playing in the 15th annual series of autumn organ recitals at St Mary Magdalene's Church in Lillington.