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Informatics
The alphanumeric code for the location of point of communication on the Internet or an intranet.
 
Molecular biology
A site on a chromosome with a ‘character set’ of ≥ 16 base pairs which, at 416, makes that address unique, and unlikely to occur more than once on the genome.

Professional communication
A speech, oration or written statement directed to a particular group of persons; to be differentiated from a lecture, which may be didactic in nature.

address

pronounced uh-DRESS Professional communication A speech, oration, or written statement directed to a particular group of persons; to be differentiated from a lecture, which may have a didactic end. See Keynote address, National Library of Medicine.
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Amazon Japan concluded that the Amazon.com privacy policy addressed Japanese privacy requirements.
Thirty-six students in the capstone course completed a 3-point Likert scale program evaluation instrument (1=no emphasis, 2=minor emphasis, 3=major emphasis) to assess their perceptions of how well the program addressed multicultural content and the emphasis placed on each of the competencies in program core courses.
In addition, these cost-sensitive edge expanders limit the number of devices that can be addressed, which serves to constrain the size of the routing tables, thereby reducing complexity of these devices.
Starts the 90-day (or 150 days if the notice is addressed to a person outside the United States) statutory period within which the taxpayer can petition the Tax Court for a redetermination of the deficiency without first having to pay it.
The wave of violent crime sweeping across the Nation points to underlying problems confronting cities, and these underlying problems must be addressed.
"Everything these days is addressed instead of being dealt with, discussed, stated, mentioned, defined, taken up, met, treated, acknowledged, recognized, settled by the court, taken care of, resolved."
To increase the percentage of at-risk children screened, educational mailings could be sent to all older housing units identified in the tax assessor database and addressed to the resident's name to alert parents of younger children about the potential for lead exposure hazards.
Therefore, operating agreements may be critical, since their provisions will determine whether key issues are properly addressed and the desired tax treatment achieved.
Even here, unfortunately, the issue has never been directly addressed.