recital

  1. an account describing incidents or events
  2. performance of music or dance especially by soloists
  3. a public instance of reciting or repeating something prepared
  4. a detailed statement giving facts and figures
  5. a detailed account or description of something

recital

[n] - a detailed statement giving facts and figures 2. [n] - a detailed account or description of something 3. [n] - performance of music or dance especially by soloists
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Recital

Re·cit'al (re*sīt' a l) noun [ From Recite .] 1. The act of reciting; the repetition of the words of another, or of a document; rehearsal; as, the recital of testimony. 2. A telling in detail and due order of the particulars of anything, as of a law, an adve...
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recital

noun a detailed statement giving facts and figures; `his wife gave a recital of his infidelities`
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Recital

• (n.) A vocal or instrumental performance by one person; -- distinguished from concert; as, a song recital; an organ, piano, or violin recital. • (n.) A telling in detail and due order of the particulars of anything, as of a law, an adventure, or a series of events; narration. • (n.) That which is recited; a story; a narration. &bul...
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recital

recital 1. The act of reading or reciting in a public performance. 2. A very detailed account or report of something; a narration. 3. A public performance of music or dance; especially, by a solo performer.
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Recital

A recital is a musical vocal or instrumental performance by one person as distinguished from a concert.
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Recital

The repetition of some former writing, or the statement of something which has been done.Recitals are used to explain those matters of fact which are necessary to make the transaction intelligible. It is said that when a deed of defeasance recites the deed which it is meant to defeat, it must recite it truly. In other cases it need not be so partic...
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Recital

Setting forth in a deed or other writing some explanation for the transaction.
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Recital

[law] In Law, a recital (from the Latin word recitare, meaning: to read out) consists of an account or repetition of the details of some act, proceeding or fact. Particularly, in law, that part of a legal document—such as a lease, which contains a statement of certain facts—which contains the purport for which the deed is made. In EU la...
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Recital

A recital is a musical (vocal or instrumental) performance. It can highlight a single performer, sometimes accompanied by piano, or a performance of the works of a single composer. The invention of the solo piano recital has been attributed to Franz Liszt. Also, a recital may have many participants, as for a dance recital. A dance recital is a pre...
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Recital

A solo concert with or without accompaniment.
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Recital

A solo concert with or without accompaniment.
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