remember condition

remember condition

[ri′mem·bər kən‚dish·ən]
(electronics)
Condition of a flip-flop circuit in which no change takes place between a given internal state and the next state.
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Firstly, Weiner and Reed (1969) found higher recall in the unrehearsed remember condition than in the active forgetting condition, suggesting that the active forgetting was not a result of mere nonrehearsal.
That is, participants in the remember condition also learn the two lists but they are not instructed to forget the first before presentation of the second list.
While the area was well used to severe weather, the Lib Dem leader said that he could not remember conditions as bad.
But we must remember conditions at Monmouth Park, when he won the Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf, were very false.
I well remember conditions in the 1920s, when hundreds of miles of Worcester County roads were unpaved.