(1) Instructional materials for each strategy include mnemonic charts, graphic organizers, charts for graphing student progress, practice materials, reward certificates, and bulletin board ideas.(2) That is, attaching a story or other mnemonic device to what is to be recalled improves our memory.(3) It offered a succinct mnemonic for the significance invested in the engraving by Durer.(4) In fact, we can improve memory with mnemonic devices.(5) In this way it resonates with her own work, thematising and literalising mnemonic fragments and inscriptions - making conscious what has been unconscious or repressed.(6) To me, this isn't the occasional mnemonic hiccup, it's a cognitive hacking cough.(7) It would appear that the parallel with medieval mnemonic techniques can only partially be justified.(8) I thought, too, of mnemonic devices in memory palaces - but it is the power of language, with all its mysterious associations, that I was advocating.(9) Short, succinct, and easy to remember - a mnemonic .(10) The five ├ö├ç├┐R's├ö├ç├û of the model (receive, relate, reflect, refine, and reconstruct) are a mnemonic device to represent the major areas of the experiential learning model.(11) The DREAMS mnemonic can help make the diagnosis when it is being considered.(12) As London like other cities grew, in the eighteenth century into a city of secular institutions as well as churches, the possibilities for different mnemonic relationships proliferated.(13) I'll only say that we did have a mnemonic base, and now that we've changed to another combo, we still use a mnemonic .(14) The NO SPECS mnemonic often is used as a scoring system for severity of eye change.(15) The tricolour is portrayed as a mnemonic of the country, which once stood for sacrifice, peace and fertility, and also as a country today fragmented by divisive political and religious forces.(16) This symbol has a mnemonic function as one of the four injunctions of the Hoa Hao faith is to recognise one's debt to humanity.