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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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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
Then, these initial two parts of the work should be played or sung together until the student is able to confidently produce all of the measures from the beginning until the closing of the two opening sections that have been memorized, without many errors.
Throughout preparing a memorized piece, I tell students to practice 50 percent of the time with the score.
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.
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.
They memorized grammar rules, spelling words, and arithmetic tables.
No matter how conversational your writing style, a memorized talk will still come across as stilted and unnatural, creating a subtle but disturbing atmosphere of dishonesty.
It also assessed children's memorized knowledge of additions up to 20.
I began to wonder what the results might be if my students memorized a sura?