Definition of memo
Examples of memo in a Sentence
He sent a memo to the staff.
a long series of memos between the two authors collaborating on the book
Recent Examples of memo from the Web
Oeffner said in his memo to the judges that the county's human resources department tried to meet in February with all of the staffers to discuss their absences.
The event's expenses totaled $31,617, with $8,369 in ticket revenues collected, the memo states.
The information contained in Comey’s memos was not classified and virtually no legal experts believe the former FBI director was bound to silence by executive privilege.
But Sophia seems to have missed that memo, her mother Michelle told Fox 5 Atlanta.
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta released a memo Monday asking federal agencies to eliminate regulations that could create obstacles for apprenticeship programs but didn’t include examples of rules that could impede such programs.
What probably took both Sessions and Rosenstein by surprise, however, was that Trump chose to fire Comey just one day later, initially citing Rosenstein’s memo as his reason.
I felt compelled to document my first conversation with the President-Elect in a memo.
During a subsequent Oval Office meeting, Trump asked Comey to drop the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into Flynn, said a person who was given a copy of a memo Comey wrote about the conversation.
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Definition of memo for English Language Learners
: a usually brief written message from one person or department in an organization, company, etc., to another
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