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Dry Run

Dry Run - a practice run; to practice or test before the final performance

  • All the actors want to have a dry run, before we have the show.
  • The pilots what a dry run, to check the plane, before they flight with passages.
  • The musicians want to do a dry run, before we perform for the public.
  • We need to have a dry run, before the wedding.
  • The children are going to have a dry run today, and they are going to perform for the parents tomorrow.

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