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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 children memorise the functions of the three arms of the government but they do not understand why they are independent or why they exist in the first place.
A 19-year-old girl with cerebral palsy, a disorder of muscle tone or posture that is caused by immature developing brain, studying at Mohammed bin Obaid Quran Centre was able to memorise 42 Surahs from the Holy Quran in one year.
Using your own Journey Method, prepare a route of 15 stops and use it to memorise the first 15 elements.
Fatima bin Mohammed (pictured), from Cameroon, is believed to be the first woman in UAE history to learn Arabic then completely memorise the holy book while in prison.
And with memories of his childhood home, pop songs and famous faces, he was able to memorise and recall each service in only five minutes.
Manama, Feb 4 (ANI): Kuwait's Endowments and Islamic Affairs ministry has said that prisoners who can memorise the Quran might be eligible for the annual pardon.
"It took them three years of study to memorise it, because it's quite a large book.
She is able to memorise these physical points, but has difficulty memorising sounds per se, made manifest in a difficulty to perceive voiced/unvoiced distinctions.
Revision doesn't have to be about sitting at your desk for hours on end trying to memorise boring facts.
RACING: Royal Anthem tuned up for his seasonal re-appearance in the Vodafone Coronation Cup at Epsom with a satisfactory work-out with stable companion Memorise at Newbury last night.
KIEREN Fallon's appeal against the three-day ban imposed for his riding of Memorise at The Curragh on Sunday was lodged with the Irish Turf Club yesterday.
KIEREN Fallon picked up a three-day suspension after winning the concluding Waterford Crystal World Sports Curragh Cup on Henry Cecil's Memorise yesterday.