Aide-Memoire


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Aide-Memoire

An informal summary of a contract or other legal document. The aide-memoire helps the reader (or writer) remember the contract's important points.
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This study highlights that the RCSEng guidelines are not universally applicable to plastic surgery, although their use in the form of an aide-memoire did improve the quality of surgical record keeping.
In addition to his aide-memoire, Kim has come with a giant blow-up of a map of the area in which the rapes occurred.
By paring the work down to double as an aide-memoire, much that is needed was lost.
Helmers gather the flaws in Spanish society into a kind of aide-memoire of abuses which they generally ascribe--sometimes fairly, sometimes not--to the Popular Party.
GP Notebook came into being when Jim McMorran and a group of fellow students at Oxford and Cambridge medical schools decided they could do with an aide-memoire.
Suddenly anxious that this may be mistaken for an aide-memoire,I slip it into the handbag.
His newly-published diary of life behind bars is an aide-memoire to society, highlighting the abysmal state of Britain's prisons.
The most vigorous speakers of this language proved to be the dancers of Israel's Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, who shone in Rami Be'er's abstract, friezelike, yet seething Aide-Memoire.
The Thai government has expressed disagreement against the nuclear tests by submitting an aide-memoire each to the Indian and Pakistani ambassadors.
Makiko's diary may have been in part an aide-memoire to her as she learned the customs of her new family.
Chiro" documents the demise of Araki's beloved cat, a necessarily impermanent aide-memoire and a mental link of sorts to his wife, Yoko, who passed away from cancer in 1990.
Philippe leaves aide-memoire stickers all around the place as Claire becomes increasingly forgetful but refuses to give in to her malady.