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addressable

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  • s  capable of being addressed
    addressable memory

  • But Ben Franklin, that genial urban entrepreneur, seems made of flesh rather than of marble, addressable by nickname, and he turns to us from history's stage with eyes that twinkle .
  • You don't need an addressable cable box or a fancy monitor to beam in on the most exciting TV in the country.
  • With 290 million mainland consumers under the age of 14, "we know we have an addressable market just crying out for Disney products," Walt Disney International president Andy Bird .
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  • Leland Yee in Ski Channel
    That same CPSC study also showed that "for children under 15 years of age, 53 percent of head injuries (approximately 2,600 of the 4,950 head injuries annually) are addressable by use of a helmet. When the data is so conclusive that helmets save...
  • Mark Hurd in PC World
    Hurd said HP still has more progress to make in terms of tapping its "total addressable market," which he said in 2009 will be about a trillion dollars.

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