long memory

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long memory

A clear memory of events that happened long ago. My grandma has a long memory of her childhood in Russia. It's astonishing hearing how things were when she was young! I always have a long memory for people who disrespect me. Once you're in my bad books, you're there forever!
See also: long, memory
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ABEL XAVIER -those with a long memory will remember the name -will have sympathised with Chelsea new boy Geremi this week.
Blake obviously has a long memory and once he exposed Potvin's vulnerability, his Avalanche teammates circled Potvin like vultures.
LeCroy's selection of New Focus' O/E converters for WaveMaster -- the industry's first oscilloscope offering a combination of high-bandwidth, high sample rate and long memory -- is a testament to the strength of our technology," said Nic Pignati, president and chief executive officer of New Focus, Inc.
THE Queen of Mean tonight proves she has a long memory as she hosts Have I Got News For You.
A county supervisor, like the elephant, has a very long memory about this sort of thing, particularly as election time nears.
This may be the result of a long memory on the part of Weir and a tackle by Owen from a past Anfield derby.
It does not take a long memory to recall when residents of the community sought help from the five City Council officials to obtain a rental law preventing large groups of people in small apartments, overcrowded houses, tool sheds and garages.
It takes a man with a long memory, like Ken Searle, to point out that reputation in this industry is everything.
I have a good memory and a long memory, other Kirkby residents may remember the Knowsley What's On booklet I wrote regarding the council offering PS60m of green belt land to Everton for a football club.
The player also said that when he went to bat, Root had told him that it had been a long couple of months, to which he had replied that he had a long memory, so it was okay.
I was once given the choice of a long memory or long member but can't remember what I chose.
Their preface defines the subject: "A discrete-time stationary stochastic process is said to have long memory if its autocovariances tend to zero hyperbolically slowly as the lag tends to infinity, but their sum diverges.
I have a long memory and can recall the time that Labour in Liverpool put our rates up by 50% one year.
THE picture above is the Upperhead Row area as you've never seen it before - unless, of course, you have a phenomenally long memory.