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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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Though time has dimmed some of those early memories, he fondly recalled the U.S.
He enjoyed it a lot, and one of his early memories is making his own trading card game.
One of my mum's most vivid early memories is of my granny and her sisters talking about putting on their "rouge" before they went out.
The early memories gleaned from these interviews are arguably selective and sentimental, but they are delightful nonetheless: tales of beautiful mansions, courtly flirtations, and pet bears; glimpses of a remembered golden age seen through a rapidly closing window.
My early memories revolve around walking through the halls of my city library looking for a highly recommended book titled Training Instruments in HRD and OD.
The Ryder Cup and the Open Championship were the big early memories I had, so to sit here with this trophy is pretty amazing."
The Ryder Cup and the Open Championship were the big early memories I had so to sit here with this trophy is pretty amazing."
"I was 11 when I started playing but it was Ryder Cup and The Open Championship, those were the big early memories I had, so to sit here and hold this trophy is really amazing.
Forms are provided that will helped me create a summary of special dates, events, family traditions, early memories, core values, family history, and some parting "words of wisdom." A sample chart is provided for tracing your family tree, final planning checklists, and much, much more.
He was in a band and I have very early memories of going to photo shoots with him.
Carter first recalls early memories of abuse with his own family, living in roach-infested houses with no heat, little food, and a lack of adult supervision.
Readers familiar with the older characters in her WWII novels might also be surprised to find that when we first meet Emilia Drummond Menotti and Teodros Gedeyon, the two narrators in Black Dove, White Raven, they are only 5 years old, sharing early memories of being strapped together in the open cockpit of a biplane.

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