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Mem

(1) (MicroElectroMechanical) See MEMS.

(2) An external DOS/Windows command that displays the amount of memory currently used and free, as in the following examples:
mem      display memory

    mem /c   display program names
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In MEM, technology doesn't hold center stage; Morrow touches on science in order to further explore humanity.
With a focus on land and its potential to drive growth and reduce poverty, the MEM identifies land reforms, including defining land rights, as crucial to private sector investment in agriculture and related productivity.
De acordo com o descrito e sabendo que a avaliacao cognitiva ainda e habitualmente reservada a pacientes com queixas nesta esfera, o objetivo do presente estudo foi avaliar adultos e idosos hospitalizados em uma enfermaria de clinica medica sem queixas cognitivas e correlacionar os resultados do MEM e do Teste de FV considerando o efeito da escolaridade e da idade nos resultados.
We look forward to working in partnership with MEM to market Dragon City as a prime advertising location.
This new MEM report and above all the recommendations contained in it ate an essential reference for anyone involved in designing drug policies in our hemisphere," OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza said.
The stroke left West, a man with a biting wit and a deep intellect, able to mutter only one syllable over and over: "Mem, mem, mem.
No Orthopteran specialist was on staff at the MEM in 1997, but I became involved by 2009.
Kothi Mem is where you'll find Punjabi food at prices that are light on the wallet
At the heart of Ringside is performance artist Mem Morrison who grew up in the Turkish-Cypriot culture.
During the next visit to the school library, I explained that the large letter F on the front cover of the book was the first letter of the author's last name, Mem Fox.