reprise

[Verb] To repeat.
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reprise

[v] - repeat an earlier theme of a musical composition
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Reprise

the renewal of an action made with a lunge by first returning to guard forwards or backwards
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Reprise

renewal of an attack that missed or was parried, after a return to en-garde; see also Redoublement
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Reprise

Re·prise' noun [ French reprise , from reprendre , repris , to take back, Latin reprehendere . See Reprehend .] 1. A taking by way of retaliation. [ Obsolete] Dryden. 2. plural (Law) Deductions and duties paid yearly out of a...
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Reprise

Re·prise' transitive verb [ Written also reprize .] 1. To take again; to retake. [ Obsolete] Spenser. 2. To recompense; to pay. [ Obsolete]
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Reprise

• (n.) A taking by way of retaliation. • (n.) Deductions and duties paid yearly out of a manor and lands, as rent charge, rent seck, pensions, annuities, and the like. • (v. t.) To recompense; to pay. • (v. t.) To take again; to retake. • (n.) A ship recaptured from an enemy or from a pirate.
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Reprise

Musical term: to repeat, in whole or in part, a song which has already been sung in the show.
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Reprise

In music, a reprise (z {respell|rə|PREEZ|`}) is the repetition or reiteration of the opening material later in a composition as occurs in the recapitulation of sonata form, though—originally in the 18th century—was simply any repeated section, such as is indicated by beginning and ending repeat signs. ==Song reprises== Reprise can refer to a....
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Reprise

To repeat a previous part of a composition generally after other music has been played.
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Reprise

Musical term: to repeat, in whole or in part, a song which has already been sung in the show.
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Reprise

An indirect renewal of an attack that missed or was parried. This is a continuation of an attack, and does not have priority (in foil and sabre) over a direct riposte.
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Reprise

From a lunge, a swift surprise attack made by performing a short forward recovery and an immediate second lunge. In terms of Right-of-way, a new action that follows an attack that missed or was parried. A redoublement takes place in a fencing tempo subsequent to that of the initial attack or riposte.
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reprise

repeat an earlier theme of a composition
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Reprise

Inside corner of a stone member with a profile other than a flat plane.
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Reprise

To repeat a previous part of a composition generally after other music has been played.
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Reprise

The return of a moulding for an internal angle.
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reprise

repeat an earlier theme of a composition
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