The first thing a student should do, is to familiarise himself with the power of the pieces.
I have several times thrown open my bedroom window about dawn for an hour to familiarise myself with the outside noises.
The student would do well to familiarise himself with the handling of the King in all examples of opposition.
These should familiarise themselves to the employment of apparatus, and to the performance of experiments by actual experience.
To familiarise her with the stage, he superintended thirty rehearsals thereon, of each character in which she was to appear.
To familiarise the technical terms of rhetoric by substituting English descriptive ones, led to a ludicrous result.
As things are sure to turn out differently from what you have arranged, this will familiarise you with disappointment.
Let him who has, learn to lose, and him who is happy, familiarise himself with what may give pain.
There can be no doubt that Darwin has done much to familiarise us with this attitude.
In the next phase, the doctors were permitted to dissect, and to familiarise themselves with pathological appearances.