Addresses [noun]

Definition of Addresses:

place of residence or business where one can be contacted

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“This is a setting that helps prevent unauthorized password changes by requiring an account to confirm its email address or phone number to initiate a password reset,” it noted.

In his first State of the State address in February 2017, Justice said that, under his administration, the state Department of Environmental Protection would stop saying “no” to business and industry.

The family’s lawsuit alleged that police were looking for a drug dealer and had the wrong information about his address.

That Tuesday, the president delivered his State of the Union address before Congress, devoting two subdued lines to the coronavirus.

You can look up their phone numbers and email addresses here.

He called the address “practically Reaganesque,” according to a 2015 profile in Crain’s Chicago Business newspaper, and urged Kirk, a former Eagle Scout, to put off college in favor of full-time political activism.

In Wisconsin, the Green Party lost its ballot access, after the state Supreme Court affirmed that Greens botched their paperwork, failing to update the home address of vice-presidential nominee Angela Walker.

The FDA Safety and Innovation Act of 2012 mandated that drug manufacturers submit information about suppliers of excipients including names, addresses, and contact information.

Chainalysis found that 23% of all funds sent from ransomware addresses were funneled to Eastern Europe, indicating that the region is the home to the world’s highest-earning ransomware operations.

On every app you’ll need to sign in with your email address and master password.