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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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Recite Me currently sells its software in three continents and has offices in Europe and the US.
Shahid Hussain, one of his students, says that Shah works at the kiln the entire day and in the evening sits down to recite the elegies so that Hussain can write them down.
"We hope that all men and women who recite Kaddish for their loved ones will find it a meaningful experience and we shall do our utmost to see that this is so."
Every Muslim has to recite the Holy Quran in prayers, but many of us do not realise that reciting the Holy Quran correctly while observing the rules of recitation is not an advanced science for expert reciters alone, rather it is an obligation upon each and every one of us whenever we recite it.
The device profile claims likewise merely recite the gathering and combining of device data, but do not recite any steps applying the gathered data to, for instance, improve an existing technology.
Adding RECITE to our portfolio enables Novus to expand the company's network of resellers.
Students who participated in the competition were given a chance to choose to recite poems in English, Arabic, or their mother tongue for a chance to win first, second, or third place and be awarded in the ceremony.
Once a child is able to recite the passage from memory, the text is erased and replaced by the next passage
Children's counting abilities were organized into five ordinal categories (from lowest to highest): (1) cannot recite or count to 10, (2) can only recite to 10, (3) can count and recite to 10, (4) can recite (but not count) to 20, and (5) can count and recite to 20.
LONDRA (CyHAN)- British muezzin (the person appointed at a mosque to recite the call to prayer) Hassen Rasool who recites adhan every morning via Britain's state television of Channel 4, rolls up sleeves to release an album consisting of Islamic chants.
In such cases we find it difficult to attend to the message, and would prefer that the celebrant merely recite. The same thought applies to lectors who have poor (as in nasal) voices.