photographic memory


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mémoire eidétique

photographic memory

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We, who also pretend have no head for numbers and claim to be confused about what time we are supposed to get back to our coach at the end of each shopping venture, suddenly discover that we have a photographic memory when it comes to the details of each purchase and we can give a blow-by-blow account of the price at which bargaining began and what it finally came down to before we snapped it up.
She discusses resurrecting Jack Trice: life, death, and the campaign for Jack Trice Stadium; Iowa State University's commemorative balancing act: Jack Trice Stadium and Carrie Chapman Catt Hall 1995-97; Ozzie Simmons, Floyd of Rosedale, and a tale of two governors; and photographic memory and the Johnny Bright incident of 1951.
LIVERPOOL Police Detective Alida Holmes' photographic memory helped her spot an escaped prisoner at large.
"Peter Schlesinger: A Photographic Memory 1968-1989" is the first monograph to present the full range of Schlesinger's photographic work.
We begin to see a different side to a boy possessed with a photographic memory and exceptional ability in maths and science who embarks on a frightening journey.
He said: "She had a photographic memory. I found that out on my first day in Coronation Street.
In exchange for Celie's photographic memory and drawing skills, both she and Algernon will have a safe place to live.
He was an attorney with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company for 36 years, retiring in 2012.Tom was a bright, caring, thoughtful man with a photographic memory and a gentle yet comical sense of humor that endeared him to all who loved him.
PEOPLE and places make up a city, but in the daily grind of things, they fade out from photographic memory. Routine blinds us to most of novelty.
For newcomers, it centres on Mike Ross, a man with a photographic memory, but without a law degree.
A Both had a photographic memory, making them as big a draw as those competing on Record Breakers.
"I was the darkest kid ever," he admits, a straight-A student who never studied (he has a photographic memory) and read antique price guides, hidden behind his textbooks, during class.

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