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pantomnesia (s) (noun), pantomnesias (pl)
1. Remembrance of most things a person has ever learned: Even though George's mother was 95 years old, she still had pantomnesias about her children from the time when they were very young and adults.
2. Etymology: from Greek panto-, "always" + mnesia, "memory".
When something is learned it is never forgotten.
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