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Heh. Wikipedia has quite a few listed.

I worked for someone some time ago and had to remember the bands. Though, i think i just remembered them from use. That's a bit unlike remembering months on the calendar which has no requirement to remember them to use.

Here's an anecdote from first grade. Our teacher asked everyone "who wants to remember the month names?" and said we would be tested the next day. The next day, after everyone else, she asked me to say them. I told her that her question on the prior day made it elective and i didn't care. :) She told me i had to do them anyway. :( A friend of mine, Jason, right then taught me that his name could be used to remember July through November, which was hard for me. I still use his name as the mnemonic to remember those months.

In reply to Re^4: How do you remember the number of days in each month? by chacham
in thread How do you remember the number of days in each month? by chacham

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