Definition of Memoria. Meaning of Memoria. Synonyms of Memoria

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Definition of Memoria

Memoria
Memoria Me*mo"ri*a, n. [L.] Memory. Memoria technica, technical memory; a contrivance for aiding the memory.

Meaning of Memoria from wikipedia

- Memoria was the term for aspects involving memory in Western cl****ical rhetoric. The word is Latin, and can be translated as "memory". It was one of five...
- Memoria refers to one of five canons in cl****ical rhetoric. Memoria, or Memorias (Spanish), or Memórias (Portuguese) may also refer to: Memoria Apostolorum...
- The Persistence of Memory (Spanish: La persistencia de la memoria) is a 1931 painting by artist Salvador Dalí, and one of the most recognizable works...
- Jesu dulcis memoria is a Christian hymn often attributed to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. The name can refer either to the entire poem, which, depending...
- Memoria is an upcoming internationally co-produced drama film, written and directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul. It stars Tilda Swinton, Jeanne Balibar...
- from the four letters in the word nota, the abbreviation DM from dignum memoria ("worth remembering"), or a symbol of a little hand (☞), called a manicule...
- Memoria Apostolorum, which means (in) memory of the apostles, is one of the lost texts from the New Testament apocrypha. Given the name, it may be one...
- Spanish). Memoria Politica de Mexico. Retrieved August 9, 2011. "El Sr. D. Valentín Gómez Farías, al jurar como Vicepresidente" (in Spanish). Memoria Política...
- April 2013. "L. 20 luglio 2000, n. 211 (1) Istituzione del «Giorno della Memoria» in ricordo dello sterminio e delle ****cuzioni del popolo ebraico e dei...
- September 15, 2015. Retrieved July 30, 2015. Calderón, Felipe (1907). Mis memorias sobre la revolución filipina: Segunda etapa, (1898 á 1901). Manila: Imp...
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