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memorandum (s) (noun); memoranda, memorandums (pl)
1. A written statement containing significant information about a particular topic that is passed between officials of an organization: It seems that President Trump sends out one memorandum after another during his administration and even before he became President of the U.S.
2. Usage information: Since memorandum is a Latin singular, the normal plural would be memoranda; however, the modern usage is also memorandums and it is also considered to be acceptable.

In other words, there is no problem to say or to write either "The executive of Ben's company wrote three memorada" or "The executive of Ben's company wrote three memoradums."

— Compiled from information located in Family Word Finder, The Reader's Digest Association, Inc.; Pleasantville, New York; 1973; page 506.
A short message to communicate an action to be done.
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memorandum opinion (s) (noun), memorandum opinions (pl)
1 A brief opinion of a court that announces the result of a case without any detailed discussion and which is usually unpublished and cannot be cited as a precedent.
2 An opinion of the U.S. Tax Court that is ordered not to be published but which is authoritative as a precedent,
3. An opinion of a judicial court that sets forth the court's views or intended decision in a case but does not constitute a final judgment.
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