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return address

[ri′tərn ′ad‚res]
(computer science)
The address in storage to which a computer program is directed upon completion of a subroutine.
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We never learned whether the postal suggestions were requirements, and I returned home to place return address labels on each envelope, just in case.
* Contains return address ZIP code that does not match accepting post office ZIP code
The three candidates were not the only Oakland residents upset by the flier, which featured a computer-printed return address of 106 S.E.
He opened one to find a return address and inside was a death certificate.
In the post-anthrax scare age, I'd recommend using a full return address. If you don't want to interfer with the "selling message" on the front, put it on the flap on the back.
Also note the grand old Lady of Mann, moored behind on Princes Landing Stage Send your captioned old photographs to the address on the letters page with a return address on the back Share your Liverpool memories at http://blogs.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/pooloflife
I think it's from Louisiana, but, similar to most people who have been sending me their 'zines lately, there is no return address. Just write to the guy, I guess: Lanyelle@gmail.com
Three pieces actually: A 9x12-inch white carrier envelope with no teaser--just the Kennedy Information return address, with logo, printed in black.
Especially when you notice the Oregon return address. This is only partially true.
If Pasha did use a name on a return address, it was usually Coal Outlook or Business Mailers Review.
address for three more years, but finally decided it didn't really matter what my return address was.
* Envelopes with no return address (at least before the Antrax scare)