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address

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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As A La-tzu Woman was published in the November 1968 edition of the University Journal under Yan Yuanshu's [phrase omitted] recommendation, this testified to the influence of an addressee 1 to an addresser 1.
Context Referential Addresser Addressee Emotive Poetic Conative Phatic Contact Metalingual Code Jeremiah Hickey is Associate Professor, Department of Rhetoric, Communication & Theatre, St.
As an important side effect, the receiver takes more responsibility in deriving the sender's meaning than in ostensive communication, because the addressers rely more often on implicatures than on explicatures in such a way that they cannot be blamed to back the assumptions derived from them.
The six functions are: 1) the emotive function, focused on the addresser; 2) the conative function, focused on the addressee; 3) the referential function, focused on the context (referent); 4) the poetic function, focused on message; 5) the phatic function, focused on the contact; 6) the metalingual function, focused on the code.
"I've gotten several requests for the tabs, even before we made them available on our website," says Charlie Dehne, a support consultant at Addresser Based Systems.
The art of polite communication is the addresser's ability to take into consideration well in advance the addressee's features of character and mood while choosing the communication tactics, the use of appropriate lexis and efficient utterance structuring.
Lobisingi and the 'birthday party' allow for the actual interlocutors, the speaker/singer/dancer and the hearer, to be the ones understood by the speech community, to be the actual protagonists in the exchange, to be indeed the real-life addresser and addressee.
The relationship of the addresser and addressee, the social strata of the participants in interaction, situation and social context highly influence the linguistic choices of a speaker.
This is further emphasized by addressing men and women, sisters and brothers, increasing the intimacy between the addressee and the addresser. The speech seems as if it is directed at members of a family who are not separated by any political oppositions, but who are instead kept together by familial and blood relationships--and more generally, by national relations.
The addresser of such messages and links is often an attacker.
(18) Roman Jackobson (1896-1982), linguist--his well-known communication model consisted of the addresser, the message, the addressee, the context, the code and the contact.