from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Psychology, Neurophysiology) long-term memory, the term for the set of neurons and neural processes responsible for the general store of information remembered for more than a day.
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- noun your general store of remembered information
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And yes, this is a dual core Celeron. ltm said: I bought the $250 Acer from BestBuy in December .. with a Celeron 900 on Win7.
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Mario shook his head, matching Broadway loe's smile with his own. "ltm too settled where I am now, Joe.
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