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- v. Present participle of address.
- n. A process of putting a person's name and address on an item of mail
- n. Any of several methods of locating and accessing information within storage
- n. A mode, manner, or form of direct one's speech to an audience.
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Because Seema's not really addressing Shefali, she's addressing the viewer.
He printed out a label addressing the package to himself in care of his grandmother in Watsonville.
O'Malley spent much of the final legislative session of his term addressing the concerns of businesses strapped by the recession and of residents put out of work.
Claire Arbaugh, teacher of the 28-student Business Principles class, has spent most of the term addressing what goes into starting and operating a business, and the culmination is the writing of a business plan.
And that's what we call addressing the issues, the social-economic issues which the Islamic extremists very effectively in certain instances are exploiting for their own political ends.
Once again, Tankian's album takes a multi-themed approach to the lyrics, which he describes as addressing the political, environmental, social, and personal.
And there's a long list of other things that we could cite, and that's what I call addressing the real economy, as opposed to healing the wounds of our injured bankers.
And there's a long list of other things that we could cite, and thatâ€ ™ s what I call addressing the real economy, as opposed to healing the wounds of our injured bankers.
We will update you as we move forward in addressing this issue.
"The Summit will highlight the role entrepreneurship can play in addressing common challenges while building partnerships that will lead to greater opportunity abroad and at home," it said.
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