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memory bank

[′mem·rē ‚baŋk]
(computer science)
A physical section of a computer memory, which may be designed to handle information transfers independently of other such transfers in other such sections.

memory bank

(1) A physical section of memory. See memory module.

(2) A generic term for computer storage.
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So while Buckley, inset, believes there's no real need for him to motivate his players, with almost the same team retained from the one that won the league in 2013, he understands that the Derry loss will be in the memory banks this weekend.
It's time to relegate this match to the memory banks, look forward to our next match and wish Alex all the best for a rapid recovery.
Pictures in our memory banks, like those in old family albums, fade over time, but just like some of those old photographs, one or two remain sharp and clear after all the years.
Nanowire memory devices also hold an additional advantage over flash memory, which despite its uses is unsuitable for one of the most crucial memory banks in a computer: the local cache memory in the central processor.
Well done to Lee Clark and his players, that was an awesome game which will stay in the memory banks for years.
The collection of data for storage in memory banks may seem totally objective, but as several essays reveal, the selection and analysis of the data are ways of manipulating collective memory.
more input-output memory banks which can be selected by the command register in or from which it can be possible to retrieve information for AS-i networks data.
Preserving the Past Through Digital Memory Banks is Growing Trend
Unfortunately, most people forgot the event and the safety lecture, became complacent, and safety awareness got tucked away in their memory banks until the next disaster occurred and then they panicked.
But the brazen six-year-old who dashed on for a bet (he's still waiting for his pounds 20 by the way, you urchins who egged him on) certainly earned his place in the memory banks
Their names have been erased out of my memory banks.
Another reason for the trip down memory lane is that, as part of TEI's 60th anniversary observance, we're searching our records and memory banks for items putting a human face on the Institute.