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>Perhaps mneumonic fits your needs? 
>http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/raa-list.rhtml?name=Mnemonic
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Mnemonic looks interesting.  To clarify a few things,  it looks like 
whenever you construct an object you need to actually construct Mnemonic 
wrapper around the object.  Is that correct?  Is there anyway to build 
that into the business class, so that client's don't need to deal with 
Mnemonic?

Thanks.

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