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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)
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It certainly operated to prolong in their case, and to confirm to them as their only inheritance, those feelings of repugnance and superstitious terror with which the people of the town, even after awakening from their frenzy, continued to regard the memory of the reputed witches.
It gave them no little amusement, both of them, to see what a good memory Sancho had, and they complimented him greatly upon it, and begged him to repeat the letter a couple of times more, so that they too might get it by heart to write it out by-and-by.
Yet at least we can admire the wise Prearrangement which has ordained that, as they have no hopes, so they shall have no memory to recall, and no forethought to anticipate, the miseries and humiliations which are at once a necessity of their existence and the basis of the constitution of Flatland.
I am astonished," said Mazarin, -- quite delighted at having recovered his memory, and bristling with malice -- "I am astonished, Monsieur -- Athos -- that a Frondeur like you should have accepted a mission for the Mazarin, as used to be said in the good old times " And Mazarin began to laugh, in spite of a painful cough, which cut short his sentences, converting them into sobs.
I remember tumbling into a huge dust-hole when a very small boy, but I have not the faintest recollection of ever getting out again; and if memory were all we had to trust to, I should be compelled to believe I was there still.
And suddenly a new unexpected memory from that realm of pure and loving childhood presented itself to him.
Through the trees raced Tarzan of the Apes until the darkness of night had settled upon the jungle, then he lay down and slept, with no thought beyond the morrow and with even La but the shadow of a memory within his consciousness.
When she had recently insisted that the same man had been at the head of her father's creatures in an attempt to rescue her, both von Horn and Professor Maxon scoffed at the idea, until at last she was convinced that the fright and the firelight had conspired to conjure in her brain the likeness of one who was linked by memory to another time of danger and despair.
And oh, I'm determined that his first memory of me shall be a nice one.
Then--and here the argument is irresistible--it must be another and distinct personality that falls when we are asleep, and that has had experience of such falling--that has, in short, a memory of past-day race experiences, just as our wake-a-day personality has a memory of our wake-a-day experiences.
Not quickly, in Somo, had Jerry's memory of Skipper and Mister Haggin faded.
Her memory of the night interview with Miss Jethro had inevitably intensified the suspicion inspired by the conduct of Mrs.