- n. Plural form of memorandum.
- n. a written proposal or reminder
“The NYT reports on some of the memoranda from the Clinton White House written be Elena Kagan that were released this pastweek.”
“Even if the original Final Report were entered into evidence, and even if the memoranda from the FBI, the FCC, and the ONI were also admitted, Fahy would have been clever enough to dis-credit that evidence as irrelevant, not probative, taken out of context, not sufficiently expert, or simply a minority report.”
“These documents represent what Killian not only was putting in memoranda, but was telling other people," the CBS News official said.”
“I described the principal appearances of the malarial haematozoon in memoranda sent to the Academy of Medicine, the Academy of”
“The Conference, having considered the memoranda from the Prince of Wales, asked for definite proposals to be put before it.”
“Yes, McCarthy’s “analysis” of the Bybee/Yoo memoranda is flimsy and ideologically motivated, just like his criticisms of the AQ7.”
“Here’s a tip to save the residents of Idaho some legal fees: Check on whether Mississippi’s attorney general still has the briefs and research memoranda from the James Meredith case.”
“Arthur Kirkland: Here’s a tip to save the residents of Idaho some legal fees: Check on whether Mississippi’s attorney general still has the briefs and research memoranda from the James Meredith case.”
“In addition, Church asked for a series of classified White House documents and memoranda from the National Security Council.”
“So little trust existed between the governor and members of the legislature, in fact, that in 2004 lawmakers took the unprecedented step of demanding that the governor sign so-called memoranda of understanding to verify that he would uphold his end of any agreement that was reached.”
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