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direct address

[də¦rekt ′a‚dres]
(computer science)
Any address specifying the location of an operand.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Lang's uneasiness also points to a standard practice in sentimental authors' employment of earnest direct address. As a rule, sentimentalists use earnest direct address to create the position of an ideal narrative audience, (4) not a flawed narratee.
Other points of interest are the examination of 'direct address' in Chapter 4 and the historical overview of liveness in Chapter 3.
The book does not ignore the development of the "covenant of works" in seventeenth-century Reformed theology and its sixteenth-century roots, but a more direct address of the ways in which this element of covenant theology relates to natural law conceptions and the distinction of the two kingdoms would have been helpful for at least this reader.
Direct address, defined in "Direct Address in Shakespeare," is text or speech delivered directly to audience members.
The hard-hitting style, emphasised by the inclusion of direct address was something I hadn't really experienced before.
But during this episode, others get to confess about their insecurities, so being mean is clearly not a prerequisite for a direct address. So why is there so little Esther?
In a direct address to terrorists and politicians, he said: "I appeal to you in language of passionate pleading.
She finished with a direct address to her late husband, saying: "I will now raise our son with the strength God gives me.
New York, July 17 (ANI): In a direct address to black America, President Barack Obama said that while "there's probably never been less discrimination in America than there is today...
After the Obama administration announced its intention to launch new initiatives toward Iran, following the direct address by the US president on the occasion of Nowruz last month, Tehran has discovered that it can retain the bargaining chips it has sought to use in the Levant, before making mutual concessions with Washington.
To provide a true 'end-to-end' document solution, all CMEurope's administrative mail is now sent straight to Formscan's secure mail processing centre via a direct address where it is scanned, indexed and uploaded overnight into the online technology platform.