reference address

reference address

[′ref·rəns ′ad‚res]
(computer science)
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CARTHAGE, July 30, 2010 (TAP) - The farming community paid a vibrant tribute to President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali for the avant-garde decisions he announced in his reference address on the 53rd anniversary of Republic Day, which will certainly boost the pluralist democratic process, reinforce the position of youths and favour their participation in public affairs.
The chapters of this 2-volume reference address various threats to supply chains (Vol.1) and methods for meeting those threats (Vol.2).
The over 150 articles of this two-volume reference address a wide range of issues connected with teaching and learning online, with attention to both practical and theoretical aspects concerning computers and teaching.
This reference addresses aspects and debates related to immigration reform in the US.
"He used to work on the farms, as he used to be a gardener, and he carried a written reference addressed from 10 Downing Street signed by Sir Winston Churchill, confirming that he was an honest and reliable hard worker, in order to get jobs."
The Article reads: The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to ordinarily determine any such question as aforesaid may be invoked by the President by a written reference addressed to the Chief Justice or by any citizen by a petition in writing addressed to the Supreme Court.
This completely revised second edition reference addresses the most recent advances in corrosion-resistant materials, techniques, and protective coatings.
This reference addresses imaging of both trauma-related and non-trauma related emergencies, embracing a multimodality, multisystem approach to radiology.
The Belgian teacher also decided to write a book that would not only contain stories but also include help with practical questions about money and legal matters, and reference addresses. It was sent free, thanks to sponsors, to members of the parliamentary commission on justice, the minister of justice, his staff and the courts.
The mix-up happened when Mel, 21, gave phone firm Vodaphone two reference addresses on her application form.