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(Greek mythology) the Titaness who was goddess of memory

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17 of ManilArt Fair at SMEX, SM Aura, Taguig, the 'Memory Maker's Boudoir' exhibit at the VIP Lounge will be launched via a performance by multimedia artists representing the Goddess of Memory, Mnemosyne, and her retinue.
For the occasion, The Treasure Chests of Mnemosyne, the 1995 anthology on memory theory edited by Sarkis and art historian Uwe Fleckner, was translated into Turkish for the first time, and guided the eclectic hanging.
A son of former champion Lonhro out of multiple Group 1 winner Mnemosyne, Impending established himself as an exciting prospect for the future with a two-and-a-half length victory over Eckstein in the Pluck@Vinery Handicap over 1,100 metres.
Mnemosyne Supplements: Monographs on Greek and Latin Language and Literature; Volume 366
"Afteratlas" sieves these themes through the work of German art historian Aby Warburg (1866-1929), specifically his "Mnemosyne Atlas," an atlas of art images.
[ClickPress, Tue Jan 28 2014] Global Market Direct's pharmaceuticals report, "Mnemosyne Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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Proceeds from the financing will support the company's drug discovery efforts, and will focus on Mnemosyne's two lead programs in schizophrenia and Rett Syndrome.
Nessa exposicao, o Atlas Mnemosyne, de Warburg, e um lugar, mais precisamente uma "mesa de orientacao", (a) onde a relacao topografica entre "tableau" (quadro) e "table" (mesa) marca a diferenca entre aquilo que ja esta previamente fixo, designado pelo quadro, e uma possibilidade heuristica de um trabalho em via de fazer-se, apontada pela mesa.
I want her to be Calliope or even one of her sisters, so Mnemosyne, goddess of memory, is her mother.
Jubilant Biosys and Mnemosyne Pharmaceutical have entered a drug discovery collaboration to identify preclinical candidates for neuropsychiatric diseases from Mnemosyne's subunit selective NMDA receptor modulators (SNRMs).