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- n. An eidetic memory; the ability to recall images, sounds, or objects in memory with great accuracy and in seemingly unlimited volume.
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Fortunately my father had a photographic memory and could reproduce the symbols for a runologist in our pay years later, after the war. "
"I trust the photographic memory of all the women and children he murdered on the eastern front kept him awake at night," Jack said icily.
Don’t forget her eyes, his photographic memory prompted — heavy-lidded and topaz-gold, set under fly-away brows.