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  • adv. Through the use of mnemonics.

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Examples

  • This is the mnemonically inhospitable Prenj-Cvrsnica-Cabulja National Park, after the three mountain chains that connect here, along with the interface of the Mediterranean and Alpine ecosystems.

    Richard Bangs: Bosnia & Herzegovina, That Unreal Place

  • Mary Carruthers has noted that Cicero used "the same word, notatio, both to translate Greek etymologia and for the mnemonically valuable 'notes' or 'marks' that are the tools of memory work."

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • A more complex group of pedagogical devices, the machinae universitatis, was designed "to organize a large amount of disparate information in a readily available, mnemonically effective, way."

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • The principles governing these processions are mnemonically sound: they consist of images moving within locations, locations spaced distinctly apart and in a clear relationship to one another ... having the qualities that make them both strike and fix in the mind.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • (Dr. Will Horton, who should not be confused with a mnemonically similar specter of a previous racialized election campaign, apparently runs something called the National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Programming, which promotes a "mind control" technique known to help desperate men the world over pick up women, so it must be sound science.)

    Encyclopedia Google and The Case of The Anti-Obama Hypnotherapist

  • The name is purely fanciful and made mnemonically singular.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • I turn to the farmland where the women of Magude have spent the greater part of their working lives and created perhaps their most potent yet also most mnemonically unfixed form of historical memory.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • There's a mnemonically elegant conclusion to the post that suggests the promise of community creation, effective participation, traffic-building and all of that good stuff.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • A single genius among them could have been mnemonically instructed to deliver what had been, after all, an extremely brief message.

    Orphan Star

  • Concentrating on gartering her nylons, the older pair, up-in-front-down-in-back mnemonically stirring in wafts among her fingers, laundry-white puckered elastic being stretched fine and tangent now to the gentle front curve of her thigh, suspender-clips glittering silver under or behind her lacquered red fingernails, passing like distant foun - tains behind red topiary trees, Jessica replies, "Oh.Mm. A Pipe, I suppose. ..."

    Gravity's Rainbow

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