What is practise?

  • (verb): Carry out or practice; as of jobs and professions.
    Synonyms: practice, exercise, do
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on practise:

Reformed Mennonite - Practices
... The Reformed Mennonites practise nonresistance and therefore do not go to war, practise self-defence, or sue at the law ... They practise the Lord's Supper and believer's baptism on confession of faith ... They practise feet washing as taught by Christ in John 13 ...
Pakistanis In Spain - Religion
... was a Muslim of them, 82.5% indicated that they continued to practise Islam properly, while 13.2% claimed that they would like to practise it properly but were prevented by various constraints, and just 2.9% did not ...
Cultural Judaism - Example
... what the source(s) are saying and therefore find meaning in the practise, then kashrut has just become not only a meaningful Jewish practise in your life, but has also caused you to look deeper into Judaism and ... can you find an alternative Jewish source to help you out with another way to practise some form of kashrut ... Is there a non-Jewish source that could help you out with your dilemma? If the whole practise is devoid of meaning, or you are against the practise for any reason – then don’t do it any more ...
Tercia Pars Regni - Origins
... Some of them claim that the institution was the adaptation of the practise followed by leaders of nomadic tribal federations who entrusted their heirs with the government of ... The practise was followed within the tribal federation of the Magyars and later it became the pattern for developing separated governments on ... Other sources mention that the practise of separating a territory for the heir of the monarch was followed by the rulers of Great Moravia ...
Cab-rank Rule
... of a barrister to accept any work in a field in which he professes himself competent to practise, at a court at which he normally appears, and at his usual rates ... provided in paragraphs 605 ... and 606 he must in any field in which he professes to practise in relation to work appropriate to his experience ...

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Famous quotes containing the word practise:

    There is no real teacher who in practise does not believe in the existence of the soul, or in a magic that acts on it through speech.
    Allan Bloom (1930–1992)

    The average educated man in America has about as much knowledge of what a political idea is as he has of the principles of counterpoint. Each is a thing used in politics or music which those fellows who practise politics or music manipulate somehow. Show him one and he will deny that it is politics at all. It must be corrupt or he will not recognize it. He has only seen dried figs. He has only thought dried thoughts. A live thought or a real idea is against the rules of his mind.
    John Jay Chapman (1862–1933)

    Give me simplicity, that I may live,
    So live and like, that I may know Thy ways,
    Know them and practise them: then shall I give
    For this poor wreath, give Thee a crown of praise.
    George Herbert (1593–1633)