addressed addressed  /əd ˈrɛst/


  • (adj) (of mail) marked with a destination


  1. There has been a lot of injury to much of rural Nepal, which needs to be addressed.
  2. Each of them had been specifically and neatly addressed and bore the exact postage for its slender weight.
  3. Could have regularly addressed one or two policy issues andor themes that he really believed in like change, anti-Washington, the economy.


  1. Palin Blasts NSA: Couldn’t Find ‘Two Pot-Smoking Bostonians With Hotline To Terrorist Central?’

    Sarah Palin addressed Ralph Reed' s Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority conference Saturday morning, skewering Obama voters, the NSA, and Washington culture in general, and throwing a good-natured elbow to her "friends" at Saturday Night Live while she was at it.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Mediaite

  2. Jets sign Kellen Winslow to one-year deal

    After losing Dustin Keller to the Miami Dolphins in free agency, the New York Jets have finally addressed the tight end position, signing veteran Kellen Winslow to a one-year deal, Mike Florio of reports. Winslow joins a tight end … Continue reading ?
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Shutdown Corner via Yahoo! Sports

  3. Demolition program addressed at Granger meeting

    Medina County Planning Services Director Rob Henwood addressed the Granger Board of Trustees at the June 10 meeting to discuss a new demolition program in the county.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: West Side Leader & South Side News Leader


  1. "Well, it's a couple weeks from now, but like I said, time will heal wounds," Piniella said. "I think it was a very good idea to wait until after the All-Star break before he came in and addressed the team. It's two weeks from now, things...
    on Jul 1, 2010 By: Lou Piniella Source: ESPN

  2. "While the human element has always been an integral part of baseball, it is vital that mistakes on the field be addressed," Selig said in an e-mailed statement. "Before I announce any decisions, I will consult with all appropriate parties,...
    on Jun 3, 2010 By: Bud Selig Source: BusinessWeek

  3. White House press secretary Dana Perino said that if Congress "leaves for a two-month vacation without having addressed this important issue ...... then the Congress will bear responsibility for anything that happens."
    on Nov 20, 2008 By: Dana Perino Source: Alibaba News Channel

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profusion profusion
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