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memory

the part of a COMPUTER that stores information. The two main types of computer memory are RAM (Random Access Memory) and ROM (Read Only Memory). HARD DISKS and FLOPPY DISKS provide additional memory capacity for storing computer programs and data.
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The country's deadliest blaze in recent memory broke out Thursday night in the narrow alleys of the old section of Dhaka, when an electrical transformer exploded soon after a rainstorm swept the city.
In recent memory the series has poked fun at celebrity culture, parodied the diet industry and made pertinent and thoughtful comments about the slave trade.
Cox, who voted in favor of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, is also the first politician, rather than financial expert, in recent memory to be nominated for the top seat at the SEC.
There are a lot of financial services firms, and a lot of criminal indictments, and who knows what might have happened in 1927, but in recent memory, it's certainly been true,' Light said.
For instance, a glaring omission here is the debate over welfare reform, one of the biggest battles in recent memory, which scapegoated poor, black single mothers as lazy freeloaders foregoing marriage for a handout.
Despite all of the technological advancements in the metalcasting industry in recent memory, the theory of performing casting impregnation in large batches inside of large vessels has gone relatively unchanged.
The second session of the 108th Congress was among the bleakest in recent memory with regard to veterans' benefits," said National Legislative Director Joseph A.
Mark's Church in the-Bowery, Eiko & Koma unfolded what is arguably the eeriest production to grace this noted dance venue in recent memory.
16 per share, Applica said it is facing the "most severe margin pressure in recent memory.
This has to be not only the weakest excuse in recent memory but also the very first indication that anyone in the Bush administration ever took the inspectors seriously.
Anyway, Hitachi's 770G20TVP2 is part of the company's "Prius Deck" series, with the stunning eye-catching feature of a HUGE 20-inch, WXGA (1,280 x 768) LCD display (one of the elements that makes this the sexiest Media Center offering of recent memory, I reckon).
December draws to a close 12 of the most exhilarating, astonishing and groundbreaking months in recent memory for the Anglican Communion.

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