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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of memo.


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  • On July 5, 1957, CIA Director Allen Dulles memoed intelligence to Quarles indicating the Russians planned to launch a satellite in the next few months.

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  • Churchill memoed back - 'right. now I'll read it.'

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  • I also got memoed for the day I was having stomach problems because I went over 15 minutes for allowed breaktime.

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  • In this way whatever decisions they made wouldn't have to be memoed all over the place, thus risking the possibilities of leaks and tip-offs to the Soviets.

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  • On September 19, 1966, he memoed MacEwen, writing, in Beatty’s words, ‘Who wants to see the rise and fall of a couple of rats?


  • That job done, she memoed her boss—politely but definitively—with her concerns and the solutions she’d like to see.

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