The United States cannot simply walk away from the plain meaning of the Budapest memorandum and leave Ukraine in the lurch.
The memorandum begins by referring to the letter of “100 liberal American Jewish leaders.”
The Duke fumbled in an inner pocket, and dropped the memorandum into her hand.
I made a memorandum of the amount, which you're welcome to see.'
Keep a memorandum of the letters you have sent, that you may know how to number the next.
Here is a memorandum and a plan describing how they are to be applied.
In the world of business its value is seen, from the simplest record or memorandum, up to the parchment which conveys a kingdom.
The last entry was the only memorandum that had any interest for him.
But did it refer to the same event to which Kitely made reference in his memorandum?
He took from his pocket a memorandum book and turned over the leaves.
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.