Schools of mnemonics couldn't do much when there were people like Archy and Dainopoulos in the world.
The names of these septs are remembered by a system of mnemonics.
To help himself to remember dates, he devised a system of mnemonics, which he circulated among his friends.
I'm a student of mnemonics, you know, the art of memory perfection.
Mr. Spokesly thought of it and wondered what sort of fight the London School of mnemonics would put up against that sort of thing.
The London School of mnemonics had achieved another miracle.
Psycho-therapy helped a great deal, but I have traced-out every angle of mnemonics, improved on most and invented some new ones.
Here Frank had recourse to a system of mnemonics frequently resorted to by teachers in their extremity.
The scope of Aquinas' remarks have more reference to mnemonics or artificial memory than to association.
The London School of mnemonics did not seem to allow sufficiently for the bridging of these gaps.
"aiding the memory," 1753, back-formation from mnemonics, or from Greek mnemonikos "of or pertaining to memory," from mnemon (genitive mnemonos) "remembering, mindful," from memne "memory, a remembrance, record, an epitaph; memory as a mental faculty," from base of mnasthai "remember," from PIE root *men- "to think" (see mind (n.)). The noun meaning "mnemonic device" is from 1858. Related: Mnemonical (1660s).
mnemonics mne·mon·ics (nĭ-mŏn'ĭks)
A system to develop or improve the memory.
mnemonic mne·mon·ic (nĭ-mŏn'ĭk)
Relating to, assisting, or intended to assist the memory. n.
A device, such as a formula or rhyme, used as an aid in remembering.