Sense Memory

Technology / Television (TV) / Sense Memory: Technique of method acting style in which the actor draws upon memories of physical sensations of an emotional event in order to generate emotional memory.

Other Words for Memory

Memory Verb Synonyms: recall, recollection, retention
Memory Noun Synonyms: remembrance, honor, homage, respect, tribute, celebration
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Other Words for Sense

Sense Adjective Synonyms: faculty
Sense Noun Synonyms: sentiment, atmosphere, impression, intuition, sensation
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Programmable Read-Only Memory (PROM)

Technology / Computers / Programmable Read-Only Memory (PROM): A special memory chip that is blank when first purchased. It can be written to by the user by using a special hardware programmer. Once the data is written to it, it cannot be erased or changed. MORE

Nonsense Verse

Life Style / Poetry / Nonsense Verse: Lines that read like word-salad, where individually the terms may be recognizable but in their order and grammatical relations make no sense, or where common words accompany neologisms in expressions MORE

Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM)

Technology / Computers / Rambus In-Line Memory Module (RIMM): RIMM is a synchronous dynamic random access memory (RAM) module that is used on newer motherboards. RIMM's are manufactured by Rambus Corporation. MORE

Random Access Memory (RAM)

Technology / Computers / Random Access Memory (RAM): All memory accessible at any instant by a processor. Called random because of the random placement of information within the memory bank. Operates at very high speeds on a high speed bus, to the CPU. MORE

Registered Memory

Technology / Computers / Registered Memory: This memory uses 'registers' which are extra chips designed to delay the flow of data. By delaying the data flow, it allows for better control over communication in systems with heavily loaded memory. MORE

Read-Only Memory (ROM)

Technology / Computers / Read-Only Memory (ROM): Stands for Read-Only Memory. A semiconductor-based memory system that stores information permanently and does not lose its contents when power is switched off. ROMs are used for firmware, such as the MORE

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