Build in systems that monitor progress and generate documentation, so that both senders and addressees
can stay apprised of the changes created by a communication.
Subsequently, the addressees
are afforded a level of temporal and spatial comfort for deliberation that an in-person confrontation would not necessarily provide.
One is the so-called "addressee
-directed" illocutionary act, aimed at hearers in their roles as addressees
, including all the traditional classes of illocutionary acts.
In his projection of the beloved's future, Ronsard's addressee
, not her admirer's hesitation, holds the blame for rejecting the possibility of romance.
Chapter 3 groups the Regrets according to addressee
The structure of the book, however, is not determined by genre but by a combination of topics and addressees
In the case of Amos, the oracles that delivered a guilty verdict to the prophet's original addressees
have now become a call to repentance for a later audience situated between the judgment Amos predicted (and the more complete exile that followed) and a future restoration.
Each day 300 postal workers at the service's headquarters in Belfast sort through items of undeliverable mail, re-turning letters and packages to their rightful owners or intended addressees
Most information reporting systems are designed to issue Forms 1099-MISC to payees, not to addressees
Read this before you send that message to multiple addressees
After moderate growth in 1989, C&I loans edged down at commercial banks in 1990, mainly because of a dip in such loans made to domestic addressees
LSI can also provide Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) and National Change of Address (NCOA) processing and also provides a certification report of addressees