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addressing

[ə′dres·iŋ]
(computer science)
The methods of locating and gaining access to information in a computer's storage.
The methods of selecting a particular peripheral device from several that are available at a given time.
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I am glad to hear it, baron, -- for I must claim the privilege of addressing you after the manner of your servants.
cried he, standing there and addressing those in the room.
inquired Stepan Arkadyevitch, coming out of his room and addressing his wife.
No one knows how to do it; I must see to it myself," answered Dolly addressing him.
said Stepan Arkadyevitch, smiling hardly perceptibly, and addressing his wife.
She said all this, and everything else, as coldly as a woman of snow; quite forgetting the sisters except at odd times, and apparently addressing some abstraction of Society; for whose behoof, too, she occasionally arranged her dress, or the composition of her figure upon the ottoman.
It is quite unnecessary to say to a person of your good sense, wide range of experience, and cultivated feeling,' said Mrs Merdle from her nest of crimson and gold--and there put up her glass to refresh her memory as to whom she was addressing,--'that the stage sometimes has a fascination for young men of that class of character.
I immediately,' addressing Little Dorrit, '(for I am the creature of impulse), took a bracelet from my arm, and begged your sister to let me clasp it on hers, in token of the delight I had in our being able to approach the subject so far on a common footing.
NetNumber, a leader in the development of carrier-grade addressing solutions for fixed-line carriers, mobile operators, interconnect intermediaries and content providers.
However, dual addressing (discussed earlier) causes a problem once again, because it was designed for systems in which machines would only connect to a LAN under the owner's control.
Content addressing distinguishes Centera from other storage technologies (all of which are based on location addressing) because it eliminates the need to understand and manage the physical or logical location of information on the storage medium.
In a long line of court cases addressing this issue, taxpayers repeatedly have taken the position that certified or registered mail is mandatory and because the IRS typically holds taxpayers to a rigid standard of compliance with technical requirements, it, too, should be held to the same standard, (See Tenzer v.