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  • n. Plural form of memo.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of memo.


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  • As O'Malley pointed out, that means the matter of the Colvin memos is now before the whole House.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • The whirlwind around CBS and their memos is a perfect diversionary tactic that the Bush administration and their chorus of harpies mastered long ago.

    September 2004

  • Attorney General Eric Holder has agreed after a long internal battle (against John Brennan) to declassify and release memos from the Bush Justice Department detailing specific techniques allowed for use against “high-value” detainees at Guantanamo Bay.

    duh pookie

  • Months after LaPier was dismissed, Morris took over as commander of training and raised several concerns about Session 115 in memos to his bosses.

    Lawsuit details allegations of cheating at Prince George's police academy

  • Senate Republicans are now privately threatening to derail the confirmation of key Obama administration nominees for top legal positions by linking the votes to suppressing critical torture memos from the Bush era. Of Koh, Johnsen ... and Bork

  • Coupled with the continuing refusal to release the Colvin memos and other relevant documents — or rather their selective release, to some but not others — it makes it very hard to give the government the benefit of the doubt in this affair.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • We now know that he not only got that CIA briefing, but he also got 55 specific threat memos from the FAA and at least 5 specific warnings from foreign intelligence services.

    Think Progress » Perry: Anyone Who’s Not A ‘Rank Political Hack’ Realizes That Bush Was A ‘Very, Very Good President’

  • That year, Newsday reported that Roberts had made racist and sexist jokes in memos that he wrote while working in the Reagan White House.

    Pot kettle black - poli

  • It was issued by Jay S. Bybee, who also helped write controversial memos from the same era that sanctioned harsh interrogation of terrorism suspects.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Bybee Immigration Memo

  • Ministry of Defence memos from the early 70s reveal for the first time that senior officials acknowledged that "Protestant terrorists" were not being interned on the same basis as members of the IRA.

    MoD took softer line on loyalist paramilitaries, secret files reveal


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