“$addresses = array (); foreach ($this - > addresses [ 'im'] as $type = > $uid_ary) $addresses  = $uid_ary [ 'uid'];”
“Since the label addresses are being parsed by AHK at the script start (if I'm not mistaken), they could be offered to the user through a (not yet implemented) command.”
“The directive of the work found in the title addresses another monumental subject tackled by this exhibition: our own inescapable ends.”
“If I could get label addresses and save them in a pseudo-array, each function would have a set of predefined addresses in the array to get their label addresses from and launch the corresponding labels when necessary.”
“Today, a spokesperson for the label addresses the reports: "There is no LOVE Covers Popping Up - Katie Grand loves her multiple covers, and with the third issue of LOVE debuting just over a week away, cover images have started to appear.”
“Finally, one of the most important issues that Thompson addresses is how to help your son celebrate the milestone of finally becoming a man.”
“Non-latin addresses have been available for many years.”
“Whichever method you choose, you can add addresses from the same place in AdWords, in the Audience section of the Settings tab.”
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“McCain addresses Palin, health care on Tonight Show”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘addresses’.
Words you can type with one hand--if you learned how to type formally. Hunt-and-peck method doesn't count. ;-) I'm keeping it to five or more letters to avoid an excessively lengthy list.
Looking for tweets for addresses.