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A '''mnemonic''' is an aid for [[memory]]. Many mnemonics are found in educational settings, and are intended to help students remember lists, dates, spellings, and other rote information.
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A '''mnemonic''' is an aid for [[memory]]. Many mnemonics are found in educational settings, and are intended to help students remember lists, dates, spellings, and other rote information.
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A mnemonic is an aid for memory. Many mnemonics are found in educational settings, and are intended to help students remember lists, dates, spellings, and other rote information.