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home address

[¦hōm ′ad‚res]
(computer science)
A technique used to identify each disk track uniquely by means of a 9-byte record immediately following the index marker; the record contains a flag (good or defective track), cylinder number, head number, cyclic check, and bit count appendage.
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A random check by The Texas Tribune, using the subscription service PublicData, found dozens of Texas driver's licenses using UPS Store locations as their home address.
Leave your home address and phone number off your checks.
HELPFUL HINT: [Name] may arrive faster if it goes directly to your home address rather than having to be routed through your office mail system.
The singer's home address has been posted on several websites along with messages urging fellow over-enthusiastic Spice Girls fans to write and tell Mel exactly how they feel about her refusal to rejoin the group.
Sgt Amanda Reay said: "Anyone who finds themselves in this position, and know they have details of their home address together with their house keys, should call police immediately and make arrangements to have the locks changed as soon as possible.
For example, if a taxpayer puts his home address on Schedule C, then the city probably will pursue him for a business license for that address, even though the business might be located elsewhere.
Letters must include the home address and phone number of the writer and should be sent to Letters to the Editor, The Advocate, P.
The home address was mapped for each confirmed case of HGE.
During the 2000 presidential election, for example, a Michigan law required students to vote at their home address.
The colonia and fraccionamiento generally will have a specific home address.
A PLAN to publish the home address of every Scots nurse was branded a stalker's charter last night.
Further, the address to which each notice was sent is the business address of X, which also happens to be T's home address.