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Q: 13. Verbal or musical devices for triggering memory are ___________. (Points : 5) Memorization Mesmerizing Mnemonics
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User: 13. Verbal or musical devices for triggering memory are ___________. (Points : 5) Memorization Mesmerizing Mnemonics

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Verbal or musical devices for triggering memory are Mnemonics.
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The words “never” and “always” are example of absolutes in questions and are called qualifiers.
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