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mnemonics

 [ne-mon´iks]
improvement of memory by special methods or techniques. adj., adj mnemon´ic.

mne·mon·ics

(nē-mon'iks),
The art of improving the memory; a system for aiding the memory.
[G. mnēmonikos, mnemonic, pertaining to memory]

mnemonics

/mne·mon·ics/ (ne-mon´iks) improvement of memory by special methods or techniques.mnemon´ic

mnemonics

(nĭ-mŏn′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
A system to develop or improve the memory.

mnemonics

Etymology: Gk, mnemonikos
a system of memory training that links a new concept or image with one already established in the memory, such as associating the numbers of a combination lock with a birthday or telephone number.

mne·mon·ics

(ně-mon'iks)
The art of improving the memory; a system for aiding the memory.
[G. mnēmonikos, mnemonic, pertaining to memory]
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