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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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Learners of the first level need to memorise the last two Juza or parts of Quran - 'Amma' and 'Tabarak', in a closed circle, she explained.
21 HOW TO REMEMBER THE ELEMENTS Using your own Journey Method, prepare a route of 15 stops and use it to memorise the first 15 elements.
There are currently no definite regulations that allow inmates who memorise the Quran to be included in the pardon, the ministry of justice has said.
Create a rap, song or poem about a topic and memorise it.
Watched by his trainer Henry Cecil and Willie Carson, representing owners The Thoroughbred Corporation, Royal Anthem stretched about ten lengths clear of Memorise after the latter had set a leisurely pace for the first three-quarters of a mile.
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.
The clamour for Kieren Fallon's head grew last night after a nightmare ride on Memorise at Goodwood.
It's no coincidence that Snider has asked students to memorise poetry many times in his career in education.
Dubai - With an unshakable will and family support, it takes just two years or less to memorise the 114 chapters consisting of 6,236 verses of the Holy Quran running into 604 pages.
Memorise the data using specific techniques: Names and Faces for people, the Dominic System for statistics and numbers, Countries and Capitals for place names.
Contestants for the Qur'an memorising event were assessed based on their ability to memorise the Qur'an in different age groups categories, ranging from five to 10 years old, 11-18, and 19 years and above.