The mnemonics on this site provide both a quick-reference source for people seeking information or help with specific subjects, and a library of assistance for anyone (teachers especially) seeking information about mnemonics in general. It also tries to include a wider explanation for each subject mnemonic, detailing its use and purpose. The webmasters are always happy to hear from anyone wishing to add a further mnemonic whether it’s old, entirely new or just an alternative variation of one already listed.


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