a method or device for assisting the memory
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How to use memoria technica in a sentence
They get up a sort of memoria technica in early youth, and it clings to them all their life through.Guy Livingstone; | George A. Lawrence
The peasant girl still knots her handkerchief as her memoria technica, and the lady changes her ring from its accustomed finger.An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 | Mary Frances Cusack
Such a circle is, however, convenient as a sort of memoria technica, and can be filled up according to the fancy of the observer.Colour Measurement and Mixture | W. de W. Abney
Mr. Grey's memoria technica was designed as an artificial language to remember numbers, as of the eras, or dates of history.The Temple of Nature; or, the Origin of Society | Erasmus Darwin.
So distributed, they would supply a kind of memoria technica.Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, Vol. 1 of 3 | W. E. Gladstone