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Word: address

Definition: direct a speech to; speak to; deal with or discuss; direct one's efforts or attention to; make with a destination; N: formal speech

Sentences Containing 'address'

"I bowed, feeling as flattered as any young man would at such an address.
"You may address me as the Count Von Kramm, a Bohemian nobleman.
'But I thought I heard you, as I came upstairs, address her by a name that is not hers.
'Mr. James and myself, ma'am--' 'Don't address yourself to me!'
Address fraud has also been used by those voting in a jurisdiction other than their own.
At that time he had an address in Abingdon.
Balthasar was very concerned that his writings address spiritual and practical issues.
Baptistin will tell you where, if you do not know their address.
But checking himself, he added, in a gayer tone,``Is it in address that he improves?
Each context had its own virtual address space.
Each overlay socket has a logical address and a physical address.
Every address it generates is composed of two parts - a 14 bit character address and a 5 bit row address.
For the past 200 years the George Hotel has been a prestigious address.
He felt convinced of his identity, but he did not venture to address him.''
He gives her his address and asks her to come see him.
He kept a diary on his travels and called it "Of No Fixed Address" as he had no address for three years.
He looked from one to the other of us, as if uncertain which to address.
His address is 3291 Belgrave Place, London.
I could not see Miss Dartle, or the person whom we had heard her address.
I soon managed to get the address of the receiver who had them, on promising him that there would be no prosecution.
It does not address the rate of convergence.
It is otherwise with those in which courage and address can be of no avail.
It maps row address RA0-RA2 to memory address MA11-MA13 and character address CA0-CA10 to memory address MA0-MA10.
Medication is often used to address some symptoms.
One form of address fraud involves using one's old address as a current address to receive mail.
Otherwise the row address is reset to zero and the memory address is continues increasing linearly.
Rathvon's recorded reminicences of Lincoln's Address.
Since "Address" is blank, there is no clause generated for it.
Tell them to address all future letters to the Pacific ocean!
The 6845 reads the start address for its display once per frame.
The address book belonged to Hansen, but he had never used it.
The address, turned into English, ran:``Very pressing.
The character address increases linearly.
The count made a sign to Haidee to address his visitor.
The Mexican government attempted to address some of the Texans' concerns.
The note was undated, and without either signature or address.
There is a vast difference in opinions on how to address the question of a deity of some kind, if at all.
These books also address competitor analysis.
This address was accompanied by a look which was by no means difficult to understand.
This board occupied the top 4 MB of address space.
To address the risk at source, there is a need to look at who creates the risk and address the issue from there.
Verses , and address the Jews, Christians and Sabians.
When the chip signals horizontal sync it increases the row address.
Why, to accuse the man, do you address the woman?''
[http://www.institut-sinaran.edu.my] Address.
`It is not to me to whom you must address yourself,'said Koorshid.''
`Monsieur,'said Emmanuel,`have the goodness to address yourself to M. Delaunay.
``I am ready to answer any questions your excellency may address to me.''
``I was forced to read the address to know to whom to give it.''
``Why do you address me so coldly so distantly?''

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::: cohabit - live together
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::: incontinent - lacking self-restraint; not continent; licentious
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::: morbid - given to unwholesome or unhealthy thought; moody; characteristic of disease; Ex. morbid curiosity; N. morbidity; CF. disease
::: aphorism - pithy maxim or saying; ADJ. aphoristic