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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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Buhler's psychophysical model was briefly confined to three functions with a qualitative difference: the context of the source addresser (Ausdrucksfunktion), of the receiver or addressee (darstellende Funktion), and of the destination or representation of the message (appellative Funktion).
Jakobson built on Buhler's person-oriented model, but he integrated into Buhler's indexicality the full semiotic cycle, the "first person of the addresser, the second person of the addressee, and the 'third person,' properly--someone or something spoken of" (1980a: 83).
Every letter, once it has been received, constitutes a new moment or event in the relationship between the addresser and the addressee.
The rhetoric, style, and tone of a letter correspond to the addresser's perception of his or her status in relation to the addressee.
Ellipsis is used in the corpus for economy, to establish a personal conversational tone between the addresser and addressee so that familiarity and rapport are created.
Public relation form a big volume from customer's knowledge in particular to a brand; also word of mouth advertisement have high influence on familiarity of addressers over brands.
Jakobson's communicative functions (1960) and Grice's communication maxims (1975) denote a direct link between addresser and addressee through a common metalinguistic function or code.
The rhetoric, style and tone of a letter correspond to the addresser's perception of his or her status in relation to the addressee.