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“Their performance on this small project shows that some claims may have been inflated due to lack of experience with this type of work,” the memo states.

Under this new role, Piatek will work across the organization on future EV programs, according to the memo.

The shift will go into effect September 1, according to the memo.

The new WarnerMedia CEO sent a memo to employees declaring the going to direct to consumer through streaming is the future of the TV business.

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SDPD posts a memo to its website outlining its procedures for accessing the devices.

Ironically, unlike Dukakis and apparently Paul, Bill Clinton and Al Gore had each “read the memo” back in the day.

Memo to all Republican contenders: The GOP is now the home of white working- and middle-class voters.

At just three pages long, the memo leaves more questions than it answers.

According to the memo, Miller then asked what the statute of limitations in Illinois was and to define what the allegations meant.

The military did not publish a memo outlining Ebola protection guidelines until Oct. 16.

"I'll probably get word on it by the time someone has it all organized into a nice, official memo," Flannery said.

Moreover, the suggestion of holding the Assembly responsible is to be found as early as in the memo.

Where dollars are concerned it is good sense to trust to a written memo., and not to any mental memo.

He had no respect whatever for the Pass Memo., his central and sole idea being to push along with the elimination of the Bosch.

Cam dictated a memo to his pocket recorder forbidding MAB girls to observe the current abbreviated fashions.


On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to memo, such as: comment, commentary, diary, inscription, journal, and letter.

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