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  • v. Present participle of memorise.

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Examples

  • But memorising is a mixed blessing, for the one thing one mustn’t do while engaged on the Princess border, is lose concentration.

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  • Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) brain scans, they measured the brain activity of adults before and after a working-memory training programme, which involved tasks such as memorising the positions of a series of dots on a grid.

    - Boing Boing

  • Using functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI brain scans, they measured the brain activity of adults before and after a working-memory training programme, which involved tasks such as memorising the positions of a series of dots on a grid.

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  • The operator is able to index the machine in various positions, "memorising" the pouring cycle for automatic repetition.

    R&D Mag - News

  • Fifty mental athletes competed all day in the 13th annual championship in lower Manhattan that included events such as memorising the names of 99 people and their pictures, a 50-line poem in free verse and over 100 single numbers in the right order.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Even if the things you're memorising sound very clever, it doesn't mean a thing if the assessment is just "memorise these things and regurgitate them" - often the facts are memorised and regurgitated but not understood at a deep level so the student is unable to use them in practice, so nothing at all has been achieved.

    Meeja studies

  • If Media Studies is just about memorising facts like this, it's rubbish.

    Meeja studies

  • This is the problem with a lot of "soft option" subjects - they are essentially about memorising, this can be passed very easily.

    Meeja studies

  • There's no memorising going on here, of course, but there is certainly friend-telling.

    Is MacHeist's Tweetblast an example of how advertisers will destroy Twitter?

  • Certainly neither is interesting enough in their awfulness to be worth memorising and regurgitating at drinks parties.

    October Books 19) Doctor Who - Slipback

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