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pro memoria

[proh muh-mawr-ee-uh; -mohr- Latin proh me-maw-ri-ah,] /ˈproʊ məˈmɔr i ə; -ˈmoʊr- Latin proʊ mɛˈmɔ rɪ ɑ,/
noun
1.
a formal note used in diplomacy as a record of a subject that has been discussed.
Origin of pro memoria
< Latin: for memory
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