immediate address

immediate address

[i′mē·dē·ət ′a‚dres]
(computer science)
The value of an operand contained in the address part of an instruction and used as data by this instruction.
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Expressing his dismay over unscheduled prolonged load shedding at Besham and Chakasar, the advisor directed the PESCO authorities to immediate address this problem in the interest of public service and provides relief to consumers.
The increasing trend of suicides was a serious matter and requires immediate address, Dr R.
The agency's Africa Bureau Director also expressed concerns about the high morbidity and child mortality rates in the camps visited, citing food and nutrition, logistics platform, contingency preparedness and scarcity of resources as key challenges that needs immediate address.
There are problems at the Nicosia Central Prisons in need of immediate address, the most pressing being the overcrowding.
These VoIP providers can now improve their time-to-revenue and the safety of their customers with immediate address validation in the 911 master street address guide (MSAG).
These low-lifes should all be given an order, but it should give their immediate address as one of Her Majesty's establishments.
Actions speaks louder than words and the challenges ahead need immediate address.
By its very nature global, in its immediate address to the lands and peoples of the earth, when associated with the improved technology of sixteenth-century navigation, geographic knowledge brought the entire globe within its survey and eventual compass.
com), the Internet Real Time Address Verification Enterprise Service, is a subscription service that provides immediate address verification for e-commerce sites.
Tufail Gurwara suggested the stakeholders should immediate address a press conference on Afghan transit trade like they did in case of Sui gas issue.