In 1905, forced labor practices were completely outlawed in Thailand.
practice makes perfect.
One section of the tutorial facility is used for pronunciation practice.
Some of the parents were upset that the coach was swearing during the practice.
The Etruscans practiced elaborate burials which included bronze, iron, and ivory objects.
practice what you preach.
An Iranian proverb notes that the wise man who does not put his knowledge into practice is like a bee that gives no honey.
Many elite athletes practice visualization techniques to prepare for a competition.
The essence of the Buddha’s teaching is contained in the practice of meditation.
Previously considered to be a primitive practice, the voodoo religion is actually highly structured, with a complicated set of rules.
Because novels, just like paintings, need you to practice.
He has been in practice as a lawyer for more than ten years.
Akagi sprained an ankle during practice so before the game he taped it up until it was stiff as a board.
She practiced playing the piano again and again.
He brought his ideas into practice.
A traditional proverb tells us, “practice makes perfect.
Walter Scott wrote, “Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.
I have tennis practice.
She practices English conversation by listening to the radio.
Yoga is an ancient health practice that focuses on the mind-body connection.
Not a day passed but I practiced playing the piano.
In principle, there should be a parking place for every car.
In practice, this is not true.
In 1547, British law was changed to end the practice of boiling people to death as punishment for criminal behavior.
Matt used to be a horrible tennis player, but he has really practiced, and now he’s getting pretty good.
I have tennis practice later.