address to


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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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An actual MAC address is needed to get data to a specific machine on the network; thus, each machine and device on the network must map the "transient" IP address to the "real" MAC address associated with each machine.
Since a taxpayer may want a temporary address to be the last known address, any instruction to the IRS to use a temporary address must include all of the details above as well as a clear statement of the time period during which the IRS is to use the temporary address.
The supervisor arranges the controlled delivery, establishes a secure perimeter around the address to prevent the subject from leaving with the package, and supervises the execution of the search warrant.
The TCP port address of the packet can be used in addition to the destination IP address to ensure that different sessions from a client are assigned to different ports in the team.
Postal Service changed the official mailing address to "Route 208, Box 1370, Gardiner, New York 12525" (the "Box 1370 address"), and in January 1992, the U.
QuickAddress Pro users simply enter parts of the address to
Once registered, Return Path members can easily send a customized e-card announcing their new address to friends and business contacts by uploading their e-mail address book.
Language and accent barriers between caller and operator have also been minimized, as QuickAddress brings the address to the screen in 15 keystrokes or less.
The looming shortage of IP addresses, if not addressed through IPv6, will affect the growth of Internet applications and services and hinder the development of Internet-enabled devices, since every device connected to the Internet, whether mobile or stationary, needs a globally unique address to enable it to communicate with other Internet-connected devices.
Much like the old person-to-person phone call, the system uses the `mail shell' address to match and authenticate each party's identity, rather than just the recipient's.
If, however, a consumer requires authorization before providing the new address to the business then the consumer will receive an email from ActiveNames disclosing that the business is inquiring about their new address, and requesting whether or not they would like it released.
V3 provides custom Web and e-mail addresses allowing users to have a short and easy e-mail address to remember.
Address incrementing cuts the total time to program from 750 ns per address to only 240 ns per address.