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memorandum

1. an informal diplomatic communication, often unsigned: often summarizing the point of view of a government
2. Law a short written summary of the terms of a transaction
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OSD Memorandum, Proper Use of Non-DoD Contracts, October 29, 2004
Editor's note: View the distribution and enclosures to this memorandum at<https://webportal.
Each agency hopes the memorandum will multiply its investigative power.
California is the first state to sign a memorandum of understanding with the IRS to identify evaders.
The memorandum was marked ``Privileged and Confidential Attorney-Client Communication.
8 Keeley faxed a copy of the confidential memorandum to Shiner, California Energy's chief lawyer.
OTCBB:AQCI) announces a signed Memorandum of Understanding with Gary Ackles and Legacy Systems Corporation detailing their intentions to merge Aquatic with Legacy.
The TIGER-LYNK(TM) robots have the potential to become one of the most valuable tools to the industrial marine industry, hence we are working diligently to fulfill the requirements setout in the Memorandum of Understanding to fully merge these companies before the end of the year," stated Westgarde.
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Used by over 125,000 Internet stock investors worldwide, ISN will allow their users to invest directly in these stock offerings by contacting the respective Internet company which hosts its memorandum on the InternetStockNews.
Delmar Janovec, CEO of ARET, stated: "This Memorandum of Understanding will develop into a Joint-Venture Partnership that will provide the foundation for ARET's future Native American Construction projects.