Parts of the memoranda were withdrawn in 2005 and the Obama administration has repudiated their contents.
Mandery knows when to be pithy and when to go long, like in passages about the subtleties of memoranda.
That said, it provided the court with classified emails, memoranda, contracts, and photos.
Bob brought out his memoranda, and in half an hour we had the figures.
He added that the "memoranda" was not necessarily a humorous department.
I have some letters to write, memoranda to arrange for Martin, and several telegrams to send immediately.
You can form some conception, by these memoranda, of how high the water was in 1763.
I began this memoranda on the evening of the 10th, and now close it on the morning of the 11th.
We learn from Alleyn's memoranda that the final cost of the playhouse was £520.
There are likewise some memoranda useful to artists to be read in Northcote's "Life."
early 15c., from Latin memorandum "(thing) to be remembered," neuter singular of memorandus "worthy of remembrance, noteworthy," gerundive of memorare "to call to mind," from memor "mindful of" (see memory). Originally a word written at the top of a note, by 1540s it came to stand for the note itself. The Latin plural is memoranda. Cf. also agenda.