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
According to the New York Times, a memo that President Trump’s lawyers sent to Special Counsel Robert Mueller acknowledged that the President had dictated a statement about the meeting in Trump Tower that had been released under Trump Jr.’s name.
The iPad will support voice memos and the Stocks app for the first time, and iBooks has been officially rebranded as Apple Books.
Voice memos will gain a new look and be able sync recordings across iOS 12 devices through iCloud.
Apple is adding iOS apps such as News, Stocks, voice memos and home control to the Mac operating system.
Google learned this the hard way when a former employee, James Damore, penned a memo criticizing the company’s diversity programs after attending its unconscious bias training sessions.
Bloomberg obtained an internal Energy Department memo that proposes the Department exercise emergency authority to mandate grid operators purchase electricity from at-risk coal and nuclear plants.
Like Comey, McCabe has reportedly given Special Counsel Robert Mueller several memos describing his conversations related to the president.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Wethersfield Dollars for Scholars, P.O. Box 290338, Wethersfield, CT 06109-0338 (indicate Sebastian Santiglia scholarship in the memo field of your check).
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MEMO Defined for English Language Learners
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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