Thesaurus / mnemonics


The London School of Mnemonics had achieved another miracle.

CommandWilliam McFee

There are many artificial systems of mnemonics, some public, some sold as secrets.

The scope of Aquinas' remarks have more reference to mnemonics or artificial memory than to association.

And indeed, the manipulation of the bare forms with the help of diagrams and mnemonics is a very humble exercise.

The London School of Mnemonics responded nobly according to its doctrines.

CommandWilliam McFee

He was lying on his bunk with one of the manuals of the London School of Mnemonics in his hand which he was, he imagined, reading.

CommandWilliam McFee

And the London School of Mnemonics promised that whoever followed their course made no mistake.

CommandWilliam McFee

It must be mentioned that El Azhar did not invent its mnemonics; it has inherited them from the past.

Mentone, Cairo, and CorfuConstance Fenimore Woolson

In other words, it is a sort of mnemonics, or artificial memory, to enable people to cheat at play.

The Sharper Detected and ExposedJean-Eugne Robert-Houdin

The business of thinking was not so easy as the London School of Mnemonics made out.

CommandWilliam McFee

opposites of mnemonics

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