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Some articles on addresses:

SMART Multicast - Addressing
... For example, to send to all addresses within a network with the prefix 192.0.2, the directed broadcast IP address is ... According to RFC 3171, addresses to are designated as multicast addresses ...
Spamgourmet - Applications and Issues
... Spamgourmet provides disposable addresses which are also customizable according to user preference ... Typical applications for such addresses are forums, software registrations, newsletters and the like ... Due to the configurable email addresses, spamgourmet addresses are also useful for routine use when personal email addresses are requested, e.g ...
Malcolm Adiseshiah - Author
... into editorials, books, edited books, presidential addresses, convocation addresses, keynote addresses, inaugural addresses, valedictory addresses, journals/magazines, newspaper articles ...
Subject Matter In South Park - Other
... "Proper Condom Use" addresses the teaching of sexual education in schools with a Mad Max 2-esque storyline ... "Sexual Harassment Panda" addresses frivolous lawsuits - especially those against public institutions, because the public's money is your money ... "Gnomes" addresses corporate take over of small businesses, and teaches that America was founded on free enterprise and capitalism ...

Famous quotes containing the word addresses:

    The question “From where does the poet get it?” addresses only the what, nobody learns anything about the how when asking that question.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    The pleasures and the cares of the luckiest ambition, even of limitless power, are nothing next to the intimate happiness that tenderness and love give. I am man before being a prince, and when I have the good fortune to be in love, my mistress addresses a man and not a prince.
    Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (1783–1842)

    The fable, which is naturally and truly composed, so as to satisfy the imagination, ere it addresses the understanding, beautiful though strange as a wild-flower, is to the wise man an apothegm, and admits of his most generous interpretation.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)