memory

(redirected from memorize)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
The President also urged law students to memorize the country's penal code, a lesson he claimed he initially he did not take at heart when he was a student.
They are rewritten constantly, and we can control what goes on them by intentionally choosing to memorize particular poems, scripture verses, passages from books, or prayers; adding a track is as simple as repeating the words we desire to memorize over and over again.
Instead of handing down a prison sentence over their contempt of religion, Joceline Matta ordered the men to memorize the verses to be released.
Interviewed by the Sudan News Agency the competitors of the Quran Award have thanked Sudan for hosting the activity and for the warm welcome they received, urging the parents of all Muslim families to call on their children to memorize and recite the holy Quran .
All South Eugene High School junior Kyle Morrison needs is 30 seconds to memorize a 12-digit number.
Fourth, the student should memorize the next layers that embody the musical characteristics of a piece, although these are more difficult, depending on the work and the student's competence as a player or singer.
Sadeghi said that under a new directive, which had not previously been publicized, all prisoners who memorize the Qoran in full are eligible for reductions in their sentences.
The majority of students have a natural way they memorize music, usually by relying on muscle and aural techniques.
Ko found that while behavioral measures indicated a lower capacity in older adults than younger adults to memorize items, the neural measure of memory capacity was very similar in both groups.
Focus: We have bad news for music lovers; stop listening to music when you are trying to memorize. The key notion behind this is simple; the more sensory inputs you are providing to your brain, the sloppy your memory is getting.
Memory Championship is an annual event at which contestants compete to memorize a list of 300 random words, 1,000 random digits, and a shuffled deck (or two) of playing cards.
Memorize a deck of cards in less than one minute, 30 seconds.