“Memory” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation (BAH) CEO Horacio Rozanski on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
But March feels like a distant memory, given all that has transpired since then.
· Is Twitter Going To Do Anything About Trump’s Latest Batch of Lies? →
I have tried to honor her memory and our marriage.
· Now Trump is spreading a murder conspiracy to the horror of a widower, Jack Dorsey has the chance to be a hero. Will he take it? →
“I'm asking you to intervene in this instance because the President of the United States has taken something that does not belong him — the memory of my dead wife — and perverted it for perceived political gain.
The New York Times
· Visit These Science-Fiction Worlds to Make Sense of Our Own →
To facilitate the loss of years of life and agency, debtors are offered Dociline, a drug that makes them willing, contented drones for the duration of their contracts and dims their memories of what they endured as so-called Dociles.
The Wall Street Journal
· Widower Asks Twitter to Pull Trump’s False Tweets on Death of Joe Scarborough Aide →
“I’m asking you to intervene in this instance because the President of the United States has taken something that does not belong to him—the memory of my dead wife—and perverted it for perceived political gain,” wrote Timothy Klausutis in an email to Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, which was published by...
· Twitter plans to expand its misinformation labels—but will they apply to Trump? →
In the letter, Klausutis told Dorsey he views protecting his late wife’s memory as part of his marital obligation, even in her death.
· Lam Research gains after Barclays nod →
Barclays starts off coverage on Lam Research (LRCX +3.4%) with an Overweight rating on its expectation that the memory market will accelerate to benefit the company.
· German Muslims gather in mall parking lot to celebrate Eid safely →
Bus drivers with the Loveland City School District said they have known many of the graduating seniors since kindergarten and had formed special memories with the students.
The New York Times
· A Pulse-Slowing Playlist for an Unmoored Time →
Traditional harmonic motion relies on human memory, the knowledge of where the music started and wants to return.
· Bob Burchell obituary →
His earliest memories were of South Africa, where the family moved for a few years after being bombed out during the second world war.