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MEMO

On drawings, abbr. for “memorandum.”
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In fact, it was not until the 1981 Term, almost ten years after the pool's creation, that clerks began consistently recommending a specific course of action in the "discussion" section at the end of the memo. (19) In the beginning of the 1983 term, a change occurred in the format of pool memos, with the addition of a final section entitled "Recommendation." (20) This section was typically only one to three sentences and provided a specific statement regarding what the Justices should do with the case.
The memos, upcoming dates sheet, coach's checklist, photocopies of pertinent articles, copies of guidelines and directions, are placed in their faculty mailboxes.
Consequently, the first thing one notices in considering memos as texts is the more curious: few are content to be "purely" factual.
One major hidden cost of all these memos and meetings is that even the ambitious and talented (especially the ambitious and talented) have to read them and go to them.
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STRATFOR opines that the debate over the morality of such interrogation techniques has distracted many observers from examining the impact that the release of these memos is having on the ability of the U.S.
Effective editing occurs on several levels: the complete document (the whole letter, memo, report), parts of the document (sections, subsections, paragraphs), tone (how the message feels to the reader), sentences and words.
The memos, written between 2002 and 2005, concluded that the interrogation techniques listed in them did not violate anti-torture laws
Despite unity on the Bannon interview, partisan tensions continued to run high on the committee as lawmakers issued their dueling memos.
The inspector general also found that Mr Comey violated departmental policies by keeping copies of the memos in a safe at his home and failing to notify the FBI that he had done so.

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