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To memorize faces and names, Kyle said he picks a defining feature of a person's face and associates that with a memorable image.
Memorize to perfect/memorize to perform--When memorizing to perfect, the pianist should first test how much of the repertoire is memorized.
Sonnets, with their tight rhymes and logic, are a cinch to memorize, and this one should have been no different: abc, abc went the sestet.
Datasheets for 65nm MOSAID Memorize and MOSAID Maestro are available from the MOSAID Customer Center at http://www.
Profusely illustrated by Jim Sarris with one hundred instances of cartoon style artwork, Comic Mnemonics: A Fun, Easy Way To Remember Spanish Verbs by Jim Sarris is a vocabulary building guide that uses simple, humorous line drawings and whimsical catch phrases to help students of Spanish memorize verbs, such as "viajar" to travel: "on Mars, they travel via jars".
They'd play a bit of different songs until they finally said, 'Go home and memorize this one.
The finding is similar to one in a study of apprentice London cab drivers four years ago: New cabbies are required to memorize London's streets, and MRIs found a change in the shape of their hippocampus, the brain module where new memories of place are stored.
After being forced to memorize their way to Confirmation, they can rattle off the Seven Deadly Sins as easily as the lyrics to "Let It Be.
In desperation, their parents had them memorize "rules for bedtime" which they are happy to recite upon request: (1) stay in bed; (2) close your eyes; (3) go to sleep.
In the spring of that year, with help from some friends, they launched The Ten Commandments Project, which seeks to "renew America one child at a time" by paying children (ages 16 and under) $10 each to memorize and recite the Ten Commandments.
For example, business students do not need to memorize technical rules and exceptions, required to prepare returns.