\\-nsə(r)\ noun (-s)
1. usually capitalized : any of several officials of the Court of Exchequer in England having originally the duty of bringing various matters to the attention of the proper persons — see king's remembrancer, queen's remembrancer
2. usually capitalized : an official of the City of London who represents that corporation before parliamentary committees and at council and treasury boards — called also City Remembrancer
3. : a person who brings things to the mind of another : one that reminds
4. : a thing that serves to bring to or keep in mind : reminder, memento, memorial

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