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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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Having the Hail Mary memorized meant I didn't have to think about how to pray or what to pray; the prayer came to my mind as naturally as breathing.
An educational expert, Nedve Abdulal, from the private school where children with autism undergo rehabilitation, has said that the Gazan child, Khalid Abu Musa memorized the whole Holy Quran by listening to the verses being read to him repeatedly, Daily Sabah reported
Otherwise, the use of Music Braille may permit the student to personally discover a manner in which the score may be memorized that is suitable for him/her, or to request specific assistance from his/her instructor.
However, the rewards of having music securely memorized make the process worthwhile.
Their examination of why this function is reduced during the course of healthy aging took the multiple stages of encoding, maintenance, and the retrieval of memorized information into account.
Researchers have proved that if you memorized something underwater you would recall it better when you're underwater.
As Foer readily admits, this process "involves a kind of remembering by forgetting," necessitates that the "meaning of a word has to be completely dismissed," and can lead to a completely different emotional context than the work being memorized would otherwise engender (p.
Then they say in the class what they have memorized. Those students should not regurgitate and follow every single dot and comma of what has been given to them.
The three Iranians were to participate in three categories of memorization--one for those who have memorized a third of the Qoran, one for those who have memorized two-thirds and one for those who have memorized the entire holy book.
It inserts itself with surprising force, and the phrase connects to another, to another, and I find that I've memorized a good chunk of the poem, now pleasurably unfurling.
They memorized grammar rules, spelling words, and arithmetic tables.