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fight call
 n.— «On Saturday morning, right before the second show of the day, the cast partook in what is known as a “fight call,” a last-minute rehearsal of the sword fights.» —“Shakespeare Acting Troupe Learns, Laughs, and Inspires” by Rula Al-Nasrawi City on a Hill Press (Monterey, Caifornia) May 29, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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