Memoria

Memoria was the term for aspects involving memory in Western classical rhetoric. The word is Latin, and can be translated as `memory.` It was one of five canons in classical rhetoric (the others being inventio, dispositio, elocutio, and pronuntiatio) concerned with the crafting and delivery of speeches and prose. The art of rhetoric grew out of .....
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Memoria

• (n.) Memory.
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memoria

(from the article `architecture`) ...(Santiago de Compostela in Spain). No single formal design characterizes this type, but the theme of the domed or central-plan structure (round, ...
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Memoria

(Latin) memory; in Book 9 of the Aeneid, Virgil sings that Nisus and Euryalus will live in the memoriae of all for as long as his poem`s fame lasts.
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Memoria

Me·mo'ri·a noun [ Latin ] Memory. Memoria technica , technical memory; a contrivance for aiding the memory.
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memoria

Latin, meaning: memory, remembrance, recall, recollection.
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memoria

memory, remembrance, recall, recollection.
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