addresses


addresses
ad·dress || ə'dres n. location; description of a location; (Computers) number specifying a location in a computers's memory or on a disk; (Computers) unique name or code identifying each computer and user (e.g. URL, email address); lecture; speech v. direct to; speak to; direct to a specific destination, mark with an address (as in a letter or package); refer

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