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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.
Churchill memoed back - 'right. now I'll read it.'
I also got memoed for the day I was having stomach problems because I went over 15 minutes for allowed breaktime.
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.
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.