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Memorandum

1. Any written document recording a proposal, decision, policy or anything else. Memorandums are very common in business and are used to ensure that information is communicated.

2. See: Private placement memorandum.

3. See: Memorandum of understanding.
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Republicans backed releasing the memo in committee with a unanimous vote, but several said they thought it should be redacted.
Steele's research, according to the memo, "formed an essential part" of the warrant application.
Jerrold Nadler, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, said Trump's decision to allow the release of the memo was "part of a coordinated propaganda effort to discredit, disable and defeat the Russia investigation.
If the majority is going to move forward and release its memo to the public, I would hope that it would have the courtesy and fairness to either wait for the minority's memo to also be ripe, as you have described it, or to somehow release them at the same time," he said.
Schiff's letter comes after the FBI criticized the memo in a (https://edition.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, said on Tuesday that the memo is an effort to determine if "there may have been malfeasance at the FBI by certain individuals" and to get the FBI and the Justice Department to "clean their own house.
In 2014, nearly one-half million debit memos worth USD138 million were issued.
MeMO Pad 8 also features a rear 5-megapixel camera that captures great quality photos, while MeMO Pad 10 features a 2-megapixel rear camera.
The memo also says that requiring background checks for gun purchases would not be enough to address gun violence and that it could lead to more unlawful weapons sales among those not able to pass or not willing to subject themselves to a background check.
Pocket-sized memo books were given out by all sorts of companies as promotional items starting at the turn of the 20th century.
According to the company, MyScript Memo includes a powerful cloud-based recognition engine.
Sources told Sudan Tribune that the people behind the memo represent an elite of Islamist writers and thinkers who preferred to go on the sideline after the NIF took power and during the power struggle between the PCP and the NCP.