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address comments or remarks to someone

to say something directly to a specific person or group of persons. (See also address oneself to someone; address oneself to something.) George addressed his remarks to everyone.
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address oneself to someone

to speak directly to a particular person, rather than someone else. I did not address myself to you!
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address oneself to something

to turn one's complete attention to something, such as a problem or an issue. (See also address something to someone.) Please address yourself to these current, pressing problems.
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address someone as

 a specific title or attribute
1. to talk to or write to a person, using a particular title. They addressed Abraham Lincoln as "Mr. President."
2. to treat a person you are talking with in a particular manner. You should address him as your equal.
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address something to someone

to write someone's name and address on an envelope, package, letter, etc. Gilbert addressed the envelope to Walter.
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address to

v.
1. To indicate that something is to be sent to someone or some place by writing an address on it: She addressed the letter to her brother.
2. To say something directly to some specific person or group: The school president addressed the speech to everyone who plans to graduate this year.
3. To focus someone on a problem in order to find a solution. Used reflexively: In the next meeting, the town officials will address themselves to the issue of privacy.
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The IP address is that "dotted" address one sees from time to time.
Before going online, however, make sure the computer designated as the VPN server has a static IP address and test its security level.
The sender's IP address and the host-name provided within initial announcements are two verifiable identifiers.
Conservative estimates indicate that the average alumnus moves three times in the first five years after graduation, making address management a Herculean undertaking for any alumni relations department.
According to Silvia Hagen, the Swiss-based IPv6 consultant and author of the technical resource IPv6 Essentials, what drives the deployment in Asia is basically just the address space problem.
Integrate's graphical front-end makes it easy for system designers to configure the system's kernel and address spaces, tasks, semaphores, connections, clocks and other objects.
If the image is available only at a single computer that's sitting in, say, a NASA laboratory, every such request must find its way to that one Internet address.
The drugs led the joint team to a big arrest when an undercover postal inspector made a controlled delivery of the package to the mailing address in Omaha, and police officers immediately executed a search warrant on the location.
The Address Quality Hub from Group 1 Software enables mailers to address this issue in two ways.
STEP 5: Do not include links to your e-mail address on your Web site.
Spammers simply take legitimate addresses and put them in the "From:" address in a message header.
1998), the taxpayer resided in the same house since 1976 with the official mailing address of "Route 208, Gardiner, New York 12525" (the "Route 208 address").
Mailers can use Canadian Address Object as an API in their custom batch and point-of-entry applications, or use the address verification Web service to instantly validate data entered into Web forms.
To access the configuration interface, fire up the PC's Web browser and type in the address bar 192.
Centera links the fixed content object to the application and user via an intermediate data structure, called a c-clip descriptor file (CDF) that contains: time-stamp information, any application-specified meta-data, and the content address for the stored object.