an aide-mémoire

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an aide-mémoire

Notes or pictures that one uses to remember something. When I was studying for the test, I made an aide-mémoire of all the steps in photosynthesis.
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Also highlighted by the CPT as vital for the conduct of the CPX is the adoption of an aide-memoire by the ESF, the approval of the draft logo by ECOWAS for the exercise and the need for ECOWAS and African Union to review the AU/ Regional Economic Communities Memorandum of Understanding.
As an aide-memoire for the President, the following pointers should serve the purpose:
According to the description, the axe had been handed down to Elias Haan from his greatgrandfather as an aide-memoire of the hardships he and his great district conquered.
Someone says something of note, I pick up a beer mat and stick it in my pocket as an aide-memoire.
What a useful book this is, an aide-memoire for primary library coordinators with little time.
However, this accident demonstrates very well the importance of referring to such an aide-memoire rather than just ticking the boxes.
This included ten key points that were considered necessary documentation for an operative procedure that formed the basis of an aide-memoire (Figure 2).
Thus, each leaf is an aide-memoire and as such contains the minimum text on explanation and derivation; instead it relies on graphical and diagrammatic presentation.
Ruth Bottoms, moderator of the conference, notes in her brief introduction that the collection of papers will serve as an aide-memoire to participants and provide a snapshot for those who were absent on current thinking within the ecumenical movement (p.
In fact, it is almost an aide-memoire that was abandoned in early 1615 and only occasionally taken up over the next 20 years, often to copy prints in libraries, such as Wilton, by such artists as Parmigianino--a reminder of the inscription by the 8th Earl of Pembroke in his album of Italian mannerist prints now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, that Jones was 'so fond of Parmegiano that he bought the Prints of the Imperfect Plates, which are now [i.
The idea is to provide an aide-memoire to students who have quite literally lost the plot inside all that flowery language.
By paring the work down to double as an aide-memoire, much that is needed was lost.
So, he will use an aide-memoire that contains his recollections of these things.
The former architect, who has been painting full-time for 12 years, says: "The drawing is an aide-memoire, once made it is stored in my mind and becomes an imprint of a specific moment in time.
Suddenly anxious that this may be mistaken for an aide-memoire,I slip it into the handbag.
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