Definitions

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  • adjective Not of or pertaining to memory (the mental faculty).
  • adjective computing Not of or pertaining to memory (computer storage).

Etymologies

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non- +‎ memory

Examples

  • We can't become Soviet-type consigners of historical giants to nonmemory; we can't revise their great acts downward to make them compatible with a heightened understanding of what they did wrong.

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  • Embarrassingly I've never heard of Walter Guthrie before posting about his interview with The Cultural Landscape Foundation, and soon afterwards, he passed on quite easily into nonmemory.

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  • Embarrassingly I've never heard of Walter Guthrie before posting about his interview with The Cultural Landscape Foundation, and soon afterwards, he passed on quite easily into nonmemory.

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  • The world's second-largest memory-chip maker by revenue after Samsung Electronics Co. also said it will resume making nonmemory chips, where it sees high-growth potential.

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  • Subjectively, my profoundest memory is a nonmemory: I can never remember wanting or trying to be anyone other than myself.

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  • Subjectively, my profoundest memory is a nonmemory: I can never remember wanting or trying to be anyone other than myself.

    THE DIFFERENT DRUM

  • Such sequences were not formed in control (nonmemory) tasks.

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