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  • noun Plural form of addressee.


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  • His addressees were the political class he described.

    London Review of Books

  • An IP ban will not work because the pesky little buggers all use proxy servers to mask their IP addressees.

    Think Progress » Jeb Bush: Sarah Palin lacks a ‘depth of understanding.’

  • I have included them as information addressees on this email.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • In that response SUMARUCK has instructed me to stop emailing him, and in compliance I have removed his name from the list of addressees.

    Peter Sumaruck II

  • Message and contents, and any attachment's are sent, and intended only for it's addressees, If you receive this message in error.


  • Director of the UDT-SEAL Association as “Copy To” addressees so that they will be aware of this matter and prepared to respond should you decide to send any inquiries their way.

    Peter Sumaruck

  • It occurs when one or more addressees believe that there are other contacts who ought to be aware of the chain's existence, or the contents of the e-mails.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • The addressees made him purse his lips, but he merely asked whether they should be recopied.

    The Mistaken Wife

  • NOTE: To date, none of the addressees has responded, and only one has acknowledged receiving this communication.

    Teacher: What my evaluation must include

  • After the decider-in-chief, the key decision makers were the eight addressees of the Feb. 7 memorandum: Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of

    Is Texas Harboring Torture Decider?


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