To refresh the memory

to quicken or strengthen it, as by a reference, review, memorandum, or suggestion.

See also: Refresh

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
It gives, in some particulars, a survey of nearly the whole field of African discovery, and in this way will often serve to refresh the memory of the reader.
I'm just trying to refresh the memory of everybody,' she said.
Through these few lines, I wish to refresh the memory of the Federal Information Minister that there are number of attached departments working under his ministry and he should also look after them as well instead of confining himself only to the electronic media for watching himself appearing on the mini-screens of public and private sectors TV channels round the clock.
Meanwhile, NAB prosecutor Sardar Mazhar Abbasi said that it is required to read from a paper book to refresh the memory over which, lawyer Ayesha Hamid demanded to write it that the witness recorded his statement while reading from a paper book.
Meanwhile, NAB prosecutor Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi said that it is required to read from a paper book to refresh the memory over which, lawyer Ayesha Hamid demanded to write it that the witness recorded his statement while reading from a paper book.
Just to refresh the memory, I would mention of Rosa Parks whose defiance against racial segregation boosted the rights campaign in the US, terrorists attacks on 9/11 changed the world forever, assassination of Austrian prince Ferdinand by a Serb initiated the World War I, Pearl Harbor attack forced the US to join the allied forces in World War II, death of Tarek Al-Tayeb Mohamed Bouazizi sparked the Arab Spring.
To refresh the memory, last year's event featured the racing debuts of subsequent Irish Derby finalists Rockchase Bullet and Rockview Head, Oaks winner Droopys Twirl, Champion Stakes Plate winner Meadow Bank Owl, Laurels winner Razldazl Rioga and ECC Timber Open 550 winner Royal Patrol.