personal memory


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Noun1.personal memory - memory for episodes in your own life
long-term memory, LTM - your general store of remembered information
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The exhibition Hide & Seek, opening next week, is a work of two artists and places special focus on the emotions embedded in contemporary everyday objects, particularly those found in functional spaces, showcasing the collective and personal memory encapsulated within.
Water Front, a personal memory from the artist's childhood in Co Sligo, is one of the major works on offer at Bonhams Modern British and Irish Art Sale in London on November 23.
Roberts knows from vivid personal memory just how punishing an appointment with the Springboks can be.
Jeff referred to Ray's sense of humour and I'll bet that anyone who played in a game he "reffed" has a personal memory that brings a smile to their face.
Shanks (classical archaeology, Stanford U.) explores such questions as how archaeological remains figure in debates about national and local identity; how the romantic spectacle of ruin, increasingly popular since the 18th century, relates to careful scientific observation; how personal memory rooted in oral tradition evolves with a critical apparatus of textual criticism and the investigation of material archaeological evidence; and how a visit to an archaeological site came to be connected with an experience of history.
Each symbolic of a personal memory, the doors will be turned into a giant book, featuring selected verses from the Liverpool Saga, a poem created by hundreds of local people for Capital of Culture year.
I could fill a book with the stories told to me by the old regulars of the York, but one personal memory stands out from the rest.
"We are looking for people who may have a personal memory, or memories handed down through their families, of being in Berkswell or Balsall Common at this time."
In their tale of Jewish refugees during and after the Nazi era, Deborah Dwork and Robert Jan van Pelt braid the private and public realms, personal memory and official history.
New York in order to engage critically with some theoretical, political, and cinematic issues in relation to collective and personal memory and trauma.
A FOND personal memory of the late, great Vincent O'Brien was from the evening of September 10, 1988 (a date that did not come to me until I looked at the autographed copy of Vincent O'Brien's Great Horses, where it was identified by the perfectionist himself).
The study indicates personal memory and history become entwined, leading to the formation of H-DAPs and causing us to "live-in-history." (ANI)

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