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addressee

(communications)
One to whom something is addressed. E.g. "The To, CC, and BCC headers list the addressees of the e-mail message". Normally an addressee will eventually be a recipient, unless there is a failure at some point (an e-mail "bounces") or the message is redirected to a different addressee.
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1 the poet, complimenting his socially superior addressee, defended himself by castigating the ignorance of unnamed others, Panormita now exploits the rhetorical trappings of the defensio to ridicule his opponent directly.
It identifies fax addressees and puts crucial messages in front of users -- as email -- as soon as the faxes arrive.
As to the assessment of the meaningful relationship between type and number of the apology strategies employed and power and gender of the addressees, the research null hypotheses are given as:
Rather, the issue at hand and the addressees involved become more complicated.
In application of part (c) of the Cost-Benefit Cognitive Model, speakers should make their addressees aware of what is beneficial for them if we believe they are unaware of it.
Contextual information thus contributes to the specialization of this expression, and allows us to derive the implicit request value by means of a metonymy on the basis of a condition-sequence reasoning schema of the following form: if the speaker does not know what time it is and he wants to find out, then he can ask the addressee to tell him.
From the combination of information such as origin, sender, address, addressee, specific place of posting, freight declaration, any previous movements the parcel has made; software using fuzzy logic can identify suspicious items of freight at the time and point of registering the shipment electronically.
First, he denies that the author seeks to motivate the addressees by emphasis on a future goal; rather, their present faithfulness creates the desired future rest.
Maria Bokszczanin's magnificent edition of his correspondence (Part 1 was published in 1977, Part 2 in 1996), culminates in Part 3 that contains about 800 communications to 180 addressees, written between 1876 and 1916.
5) I recommend a reading of Philemon that diverts the primary focus from the request of Paul directed to the addressees, toward the act of requesting by Paul.
Companies or organisations that receive a statement of objections (the Commission's explanation as to why it believes the addressees may have broken competition rules) will be able to access the Commission's file, where they will find all the evidence gathered against them.