from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of an envelope: listed with sufficient routing information to reach a destination.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of address.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. marked with a destination; -- of mail.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of mail) marked with a destination
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This is the label addressed to the friend who expected the Grouse that
This is the Babel where lost was the label addressed to the friend,
When I was young, a Dr. was a title addressed solely to people with research degrees Ph.
Police went to Nunez's home and recovered two empty computer boxes, one of which had a label addressed to St. Luke's Hospital, and two computer monitors.
"directions" torn from the parcel by Railway borne, announced by the postman who knocked in the morn, awaking the _gourmand_ all forlorn, who dreamed of the table where diners sat, served by the cooking-wench florid and fat of the dame with the crumpled hat, wife of the porter who "found" the "birds" in the Babel where lost was the label addressed to the friend who expected the Grouse that _Jack_ shot!
My lord, "he continued, turning toward Ibrahim," I know not who you are; but I perceive by your garb that you are a Moslem, and I presume that your rank is high by the title addressed to you by the duke ---- "
One interesting aspect that I haven't seen addressed is how the big box stores fit into this legislation.
I think the real issue of cost that needs to be addressed is the 500% markup on medical items.
Palin addressed a National Rifle Association dinner in Anchorage Saturday, the group reported on its blog.
The problem being addressed is not crime in general but a specific type of anti-social behavior, a type that is frequently seen among lesser-educated folks who are prone to personal violence.