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Amnesia

Amnesia

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    Including divorcing him, Mrs Bright is looking to sue him for decades without child support. FULL ARTICLE AT Metro.co.uk

  2. Man declared dead shows up to family with alleged amnesia story

    The daughter of an East Village man who had been missing for 24 years believes her father has finally come home, but she says his story about suffering from amnesia... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Post

  1. Man Declared Dead Very Much Alive — And Claims He Has Amnesia; Wife Takes Him To Court

    When Leslie Bright’s husband, Winston, vanished in October 1990, she was overcome with grief. FULL ARTICLE AT CBSLocal

  2. The BBC is helping Google Inc. with its European amnesia problem. In the wake of the European Union’s controversial “right to be forgotten” ruling, which requires search engines to ... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times

  3. What Northern amnesia can't block out: Slaves helped build Detroit

    If you grew up in Michigan, your history books showed you images of slavery: black men and women picking cotton in the South. Michigan, we learned, was a very important ... FULL ARTICLE AT Topix

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  2. Bill O'Reilly Tells Howard Kurtz He Doesn't Have Any Obama-Bashers On 'The Factor'

    Bill-O apparently does not hear his own voice and has a bad case of selective amnesia if he really believes that The O'Reilly Factor never includes any "Obama-bashers." Take ... FULL ARTICLE AT Newsvine

  3. Dropbox Selective Sync confirmed to have selective amnesia

    With all the hoopla around cloud services, their leaks, and their security holes, one name has managed to remain out of the media's spotlight. At least so far. It ... FULL ARTICLE AT SlashGear

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Wikipedia

Amnesia (from Greek Ἀμνησία) is a short term memory condition in which memory is disturbed. In simple terms it is the loss of memory. The causes of amnesia are organic or functional. Organic causes include damage to the brain, through trauma or disease, or use of certain (generally sedative) drugs. Functional causes are psychological factors, such as defense mechanisms. Hysterical post-traumatic... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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