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MEMMemory
MEMMemorial
MEMMemorabilia
MEMMemorandum
MEMMinisterio de Energia y Minas (Guatemala)
MEMMinimum Essential Medium (culture medium)
MEMMinimal Essential Medium (culture medium)
MEMModified Eagle's Medium (culture media)
MEMMaster of Engineering Management
MEMMicro-Electro-Mechanical
MEMMaximum Entropy Method
MEMMain Event Mafia (wrestling)
MEMMinistry of Energy and Mines
MEMMinistère de l'Énergie et des Mines (French: Ministry of Energy and Mines; various locations)
MEMMajor Emergency Management (offshore oil & gas industry)
MEMMining Environmental Management
MEMMonocular Estimate Method (ophthalmology)
MEMMars Excursion Module
MEMMemphis, TN, USA - Memphis International Airport (Airport Code)
MEMMinimum Endogenous Mortality
MEMMain Electronics Module
MEMMarine Engineering Mechanic (Royal Navy UK)
MEMMeasurement Error Model
MEMMellors Elliot Motorsport
MEMModal Emission Model
MEMMicro-Electro-Mechanics
MEMMechanical Electrical Maintenance
MEMMcAfee Enterprise Management
MEMModel Exercise Model
MEMModel-Experiment-Model
MEMMusica ExperiMente Ensemble (Contemporary Music Ensemble: Italy)
MEMMarket Equipment Management
MEMMarine Equity Model
MEMMultiple-Entry Memory (software framework)
MEMMature Equivalent of Milk
MEMMove Entity Manager (USAF)
MEMMunition Effectiveness Manual
MEMMaximum Energy Management
MEMMedical Electronics Manufacturing (magazine)
MEMMatjaz Eric Maj (Mem Couture; fashion brand)
MEMMajor Economies Meeting
MEMMultilateral Evaluation Mechanism (drug trafficking)
MEMMaster of Environmental Management (various universities)
References in classic literature ?
Not alone do I possess racial memory to an enormous extent, but I possess the memories of one particular and far-removed progenitor.
Sacred To the Memory of The late Captain Ezekiel Hardy, Who in the bows of his boat was killed by a Sperm Whale on the coast of Japan, August 3d, This Tablet Is erected to his Memory by His Widow.
What we observe is that certain present stimuli lead us to recollect certain occurrences, but that at times when we are not recollecting them, there is nothing discoverable in our minds that could be called memory of them.
The argument from the connection of brain-lesions with loss of memory is not so strong as it looks, though it has also, some weight.
Once in possession of the names of the persons who had been present at the dinner, I resolved--as a means of enriching the deficient resources of my own memory--to appeal to the memory of the rest of the guests; to write down all that they could recollect of the social events of the birthday; and to test the result, thus obtained, by the light of what had happened afterwards, when the company had left the house.
Recollecting what I had heard from Betteredge about the effect of the fever on his memory, I went on with the conversation, in the hope that I might help him at starting.
God be thanked that it is so--that the ever-lengthening chain of memory has only pleasant links, and that the bitterness and sorrow of to-day are smiled at on the morrow.
The music of life would be mute if the chords of memory were snapped asunder.
At least he was sure that in some way the pile of gold, the place where it lay, the subtle aroma of the elusive she he had been pursuing, the memory figure of the white woman, and he himself, were inextricably connected by the ties of a forgotten past.
Was it the memory of the moments that she had lain in his strong arms--was it the shadow of the sweet, warm glow that had suffused her as his eyes had caught hers upon his face?
And suddenly a new unexpected memory from that realm of pure and loving childhood presented itself to him.
I have never forgotten that number, and always it comes to memory attended by gibbering obscenity, peals of joyless laughter, the clang of iron doors.