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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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We really appreciate MMU Chairman's commitment to make MMU become a carbon neutral academic institution in the long run," added Yadav.
They did manage to create a number of chances but MMU's goalkeeper was in fine form and determined not to be defeated.
This gave MMU the impetus and they had a good spell of possession which resulted in them taking the lead with a superb strike from 25 yards.
"High streets will continue to be aected by forces outside of their control, like the state of the economy, retail innovation and changes in consumer behaviour," said the project's lead researcher, Prof Cathy Parker, chair of retail and marketing enterprise at MMU.
Qatar Skills Academy Director Ian White said: "We are delighted with this partnership with MMU. We will be able to offer a comprehensive professional pathway of programmes for educational leaders and managers.
He was also awarded an honorary fellowship by MMU for his charity work.
MMU remains a financially strong university and will continue with its development plans."
MMU put forward plans in 1996 to build housing on the land, which was opposed by hundreds of residents and eventually rejected.
Brass was called upon again when he made a great one-handed save to tip the ball over the bar when the MMU midfielder shot from 20 yards.
Event organiser and MMU historian, Fiona Cosson, said: "Unofficial Histories underlines the enthusiasm for alternative stories of the past.
THE UniverS sity of Liverpool team of the week is the women's football first team who defeated Lancaster University on Wednesday to place them level on points with league leaders MMU.
Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) tested five food items to see whether the three-second rule could be trusted.