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The memory of that night is still clear in his mind.
I don't have very fond memories of my school days.
What are your most vivid memories of that period?
a memory test
He searched his memory but couldn't recall where he'd seen her before.
Your memory tends to get worse as you get older.
My memory was playing tricks on me (=I was not remembering things correctly).
I've never had a very good memory for names.
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